Robert Lewandowski has left Bayern Munich and therefore, a huge gap in the Bavarians' attacking line. The German giants are now looking for someone to fill said void. One of their favoured targets to do so is Harry Kane.
Ahead of Bayern's pre-season friendly with Manchester City, Julian Nagelsmann spoke to the press. The journalists present wanted to know if Tottenham's number 10 is on the aganda of the Bavarian outfit.
Nagelsmann admitted that he is a fantastic player but his arrival to Munich would be a difficult mission to complete. "He's very expensive. That's the problem...", he commented.
For the Bayern coach, Kane is "brilliant". "One of the two or three who can play as a number 9 and 10. He is very strong, good in the air and both feet. He would be able to score a lot of goals in the Bundesliga", he claimed.