Finally, Bayern Munich get their man. The man Thomas Tuchel made Priority #1 in his first transfer window is ready to lead the line for the defending Bundesliga champions. In what seemed like a never-ending saga, Bayern Munich finally agreed to terms with Tottenham for Harry Kane.
After the departure of Robert Lewandowski last year, the center forward position was left unfilled. The short-lived Bavarian career of Sadio Mane never replaced the Polish forward’s production, and with Mathys Tel still developing, the need for a center forward grew more apparent in the second half of the 22/23 season.
Bayern had been linked with several strikers throughout the last season. The Bavarian club held initial talks with Kane’s entourage at the start of last season. They eventually prioritized a move for him after Thomas Tuchel held productive talks with Kane in June. After having three bids rejected, Spurs finally accepted Die Roten’s fourth bid this week.
Now with Harry Kane in the squad, Rekordmeister again looks to terrorize the opposition’s backlines in not just the Bundesliga, but in the Champions League. Ignoring the fact that Harry Kane is already considered one of the best center forwards in the world, let’s have a look at what the English forward brings to the Bundesliga title holders.