Philipp Lahm has expressed his anticipation about Harry Kane’s potential move to Bayern Munich and has voiced his support for the striker, believing that he would excel at the Allianz Arena.
Manchester United are reportedly considering making an £80 million move for the Tottenham striker, whose contract expires in 2024, leaving his future in north London uncertain.
Reports suggest that Harry Kane will leave Spurs in summer
The England international’s who recently became Three Lions best goal-scorer of all time, has experienced a disappointing campaign with Spurs, which ends trophyless once again, has led to increased speculation about his future.
Bayern, who are seeking a replacement for Robert Lewandowski after his move to Barcelona last summer, are reportedly one of the clubs interested in the 29-year-old.
Lahm told Sky Sports: “Harry Kane is a game-changing centre-forward, a clear No9 but also with technical skills.
“He is a very good striker. I think he would really be an outstanding fit for Bayern Munich.
“For this position, Bayern has always had very good international strikers like Robert Lewandowski so we will see.
“I am looking forward to seeing what will happen.”
Asked about Bayern Munich and Dortmund rivalry, Lahm said: “I think it is about the history. The two most successful clubs in Germany and also right now this is first against second in the Bundesliga. The last 10 titles have gone to Bayern, 2011 and 2012 went to Dortmund. They are the two strongest teams. That is the reason why we call it the German Klassiker.”