After a disappointing season, Bayern Munich are looking to strengthen their squad. The Bavarian team wants to solve the conundrum of the number 9 position by bringing in a quality striker in the new season. Tottenham’s Harry Kane has emerged as a top target for Bayern.
However, Bayern’s first offer of nearly 70 million euros was flatly rejected by Tottenham. According to Bild, Bayern have made a second offer worth 82 million euros for Kane. Bayern wants to quickly complete the deal, but according to the Gray Lobster, it is still difficult to own Kane when it is too far from Tottenham’s wishes.
In fact, the fact that Bayern was criticized as “lom dom” when raising and placing every glass in the pursuit of Kane stemmed from the Gray Lobster’s rather modest shopping budget in the summer transfer window this year. More specifically, teacher Thomas Tuchel will have to “whether rice picks up fish sauce” in buying players when he can only pour 150 million euros.
Since the summer transfer market reopened this summer, Bayern have welcomed Konrad Laimer and Raphael Guerreiro respectively on free transfers. Besides, Bayern also spent 50 million euros to bring in midfielder Kim Min-jae from Napoli to strengthen the defense. At the same time, Lucas Hernandez was sold by Bayern for 45 million euros to PSG. The remaining amount of 145 million euros plus proceeds from the intended sale of a number of players was spent by the defending Bundesliga champions on the acquisition of Harry Kane, Kyle Walker and a defensive midfielder.
“Can the Bavarians find a way to bring in two English stars like Kane and Walker plus a new number 6 for a modest amount of 145 million euros?” That must be the question many Bayern fans ask right now. The actual development of the Harry Kane deal alone is enough to see that it is an extremely difficult problem for the Gray Lobster. Even if handled improperly, Bayern not only fell into the situation of broken sticky rice, but also criticized enough for having little money but wanting too much. But when it comes to money, coach Tuchel must have a long headache because in addition to the above goals, Bayern also wants to find another goalkeeper or even another winger.
In the above context, it would not be too surprising if Bayern massively pushed away Noussair Mazraoui, Sadio Mane, Marcel Sabitzer, Ryan Gravenberch or even Leon Goretzka in the next few weeks to increase the budget for shopping in the market. This summer.