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Hamann Urges Munich to Secure Harry Kane

Former Liverpool and Bayern Munich midfielder Didi Hamann has expressed his concern over Bayern Munich’s pursuit of Tottenham Hotspur’s star striker, Harry Kane. As the transfer saga continues to unfold, Hamann has labelled the situation “catastrophic” for the German club if they fail to meet Tottenham’s demands and secure Kane’s signature.

In recent weeks, Bayern Munich has made three successive bids – £70 million ($90.2 million), £80 million ($103.3 million), and £86 million ($110 million) – for the England captain, whose contract is set to expire in 2024. However, Tottenham has rejected these offers, prompting Hamann to criticise Bayern’s approach to negotiations.

Hamann’s critique extends to Bayern’s public statements about their interest in Kane. He argues that the club must be prepared to pay the price demanded by Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy, who is known for his tough negotiating tactics. Hamann points out that the player’s commitment to moving to Munich and his public ultimatum put pressure on Bayern, not just Tottenham. He emphasises that a failure to secure Kane’s transfer would harm Bayern’s public image and suggests that Bayern should honour their agreement with the player and meet the financial terms set by Tottenham.

While reports suggest that Kane is considering staying at Tottenham for the upcoming season, he has rejected contract extension offers from the club. Despite the challenges, the English striker has been impressed by new head coach Ange Postecoglou’s philosophy and the training regime under the Australian.

As the Premier League season approaches, all eyes are on the impending outcome of this high-stakes transfer saga. Tottenham is set to kick off their season against Brentford on August 13, while Bayern Munich will face RB Leipzig in the DFL-Supercup final a day earlier. The question remains: will Bayern heed Hamann’s warning and secure the deal that could redefine their attacking prowess?

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