The last three weeks have been difficult for Bayern Munich in the Bundesliga. They have dropped nine points in four games, which included three draws and one defeat. The performances in these four league games have been flat as they have struggled in both boxes.
After suffering the defeat against Augsburg just before the international break, there was bound to be a lot of speculation around the club for two weeks. There have been numerous reports in Germany revealing problems Julian Nagelsmann needs to solve on and off the pitch to get the league campaign on track.
Poor finishing has been the theme of Die Roten’s recent performances in the Bundesliga. This trend in the team’s performances will definitely lead to a lot of reports linking Die Roten with numerous strikers across Europe.
Earlier this week, The Sun in the United Kingdom reported that Bayern Munich had joined Arsenal and Manchester United in the race for signing Goncalo Ramos from Benfica in January. However, Christian Falk of SportBild has brought a swift end to this report by saying that Die Roten is not planning a move for Ramos.
Sky Sports in Germany has already confirmed that Bayern has no plans to sign a striker in the winter transfer window. There is a good chance of Bayern going the entire January without making a signing. The Bavarian club will most likely look for a new number nine next summer and stick with the current options in the attack.
Ramos will be a good shout for Bayern in the summer if he remains at Benfica. The Portuguese striker has operated in the center-forward role for Benfica. He currently has four goals to his name in ten appearances across all competitions. It will be a signing for the present and future.
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However, Bayern seems to have set their sight on signing Harry Kane from Tottenham Hotspur. The prolific English striker has been in fine form this season. He has been one of the best strikers in Europe over the past five seasons. The Bavarian club has reportedly asked Kane to stop contract negotiations with Spurs as he enters the final two years of the current deal.
Kane will be a massive coup for Bayern, but it is a very complex and difficult deal to complete since Spurs are tough negotiators. Die Roten will be linked with numerous strikers throughout the season whenever they struggle for goals, but the club is unlikely to panic in the market.