Didi Hamann believes Bayern Munich should consider selling Harry Kane

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Didi Hamann believes that Bayern Munich should consider selling Harry Kane after their failure to win any trophies this season.

Harry Kane has scored goals for fun since joining Bayern Munich from Tottenham Hotspur last summer. But the Bavarians not been able to turn the England captain's goals into titles, and are set for their first trophyless season since 2011/12.

Much has been said and written by trolls in recent weeks about Kane's lack of trophies over the course of his career. And now Dietmar Hamann has had his say on the striker. During his appearance on Sky90 - the soccer debate, the former Bayern Munich, Liverpool and Manchester City midfielder questioned whether the Bavarians would have been better off without signing Kane.

"Bayern scored more goals last year without Kane than they have done now," Hamann said. "The signing of Kane also came at a price. His salary is very high and he cost more than 100 million. If Tel had played up front, would they necessarily be in a worse position?"

"They did well against Arsenal - he was nowhere to be seen. He didn't show much against Madrid either. And then he went off after 80 minutes because his back was hurting. I have to be honest: I have no sympathy for that."

Hamann is of the opinion that the Bayern Munich bosses must now question whether they should consider cutting their losses on Harry Kane. "I would definitely ask the question internally: Are they better off with 100 million in the bank and him back in England?"

Of course, Hamann's logic is skewed in the fact that Bayern would have been in a far worse position without Kane's 44 goals and 12 assists this season. The 30 year old often carried the team on his back, especially when the squad was decimated by injuries.