Kane “Focused on Bayern” But Open to Premier League Return, Says Romano

Harry Kane’s future remains shrouded in intrigue, with reports suggesting the England star is “open” to a Premier League return despite his impressive form at Bayern Munich.

The 29-year-old striker, who joined the Bundesliga giants last summer for a hefty £86 million, has been firing on all cylinders, registering 31 goals and 8 assists in just 32 appearances across all competitions. However, Bayern’s struggles domestically – currently sitting 10 points behind league leaders Bayer Leverkusen – have sparked transfer rumors linking Kane back to England.

While Chelsea and Manchester United have emerged as potential destinations, the most surprising twist comes in the form of a potential “shock return” to Tottenham Hotspur. This claim, however, appears to be tempered by transfer expert Fabrizio Romano, who suggests Kane remains “focused on Bayern” while keeping a watchful eye on the managerial situation.

“There’s already been speculation about Harry Kane’s future at Bayern Munich… and with the club set to change managers in the summer,” Romano told Caught Offside. “However, in all honesty, at the moment I have zero concrete news or information on that.”

Romano emphasizes that Kane’s immediate focus remains on Bayern, particularly with a crucial Champions League game against Lazio looming. He acknowledges Kane’s curiosity about the incoming manager but stresses there’s “nothing else to say now.”

The Bayern manager situation itself is shrouded in uncertainty. With Thomas Tuchel currently in charge, Romano suggests the clash against Lazio is crucial for his immediate future, as “the feeling is also that they want to see a good result tonight otherwise the immediate future of Tuchel could be in danger.”

Meanwhile, Arsenal legend Thierry Henry heaped praise on Kane, calling him a “complete striker” whose evolution on the pitch has been “outstanding.” Henry highlighted Kane’s willingness to improve his assist record, showcasing his dedication to becoming a truly well-rounded player.

Written by Owen Sanders

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