BAYERN MUNICH believe they can sign Harry Kane from Tottenham, according to reports.
The German giants are likely to soon be in the market for a centre forward, with Robert Lewandowski determined to leave.
Lewandowski, 33, will be difficult to replace but Bayern reportedly have a plan.
According to Bild, the German giants think they can prise Kane away from Spurs.
The 28-year-old still has two years remaining on his contract in North London and is believed to be excited to work under Antonio Conte for a full season.
But Bayern reckon that he could be attainable next summer.
Kane’s current deal will run out in 2024, but Bayern reportedly believe that sporting director Hasan Salihamidzic could pull off a deal.
According to Italian transfer expert Fabrizio Romano, Tottenham want to open contract talks with Kane in the near future.
He adds that the England skipper is “untouchable” at Spurs.
Kane is currently in South Korea with the Lilywhites for their pre-season tour.
He and his team-mates were welcomed in Seoul by Son Heung-min and thousands of fans.
Training has been brutal, with Kane even throwing up during one session.
The forward is set to be in action later today as Spurs open their pre-season schedule with a match against Team K League at Seoul World Cup Stadium.
They will then be in action again on Saturday, taking on Sevilla in Suwon.
Spurs have already made five signings this summer, with Ivan Perisic, Fraser Forster, Yves Bissouma, Richarlison and Clement Lenglet all arriving.
They are also in negotiations with Middlesbrough for right wing-back Djed Spence.
Lewandowski, meanwhile, has returned to Munich without his wife and children amid safety fears, having received death threats on social media after admitting he wants to leave.
He appears destined to move to Barcelona, despite interest from Chelsea.
Lewandowski has one year remaining on his Bayern contract.