Bayern Munich manager, Julian Nagelsmann has admitted that he is interested in singing Tottenham striker, Harry Kane, this summer, according to the Sun UK.
The Bundesliga Champions are said to be on the lookout for a centre-forward after the exit of Robert Lewandoski, who recently left the German side to join Barcelona.
Chief executive and legendary Bayern keeper Oliver Kahn revealed in the week it would be a ‘dream’ to sign the Tottenham forward.
And Nagelsmann says the England captain would score lots of goals in Germany – although the price tag might prove to be a problem.
Last summer Premier League champions Manchester City were quoted around £150million by Spurs and it would still take a huge bid to get Kane out of North London.
“He’s very expensive, that’s the problem – but he’s a brilliant player,” Nagelsmann said.
“He can be one of two or three who can play as a centre-forward, although in the last couple of years he’s been more of a No10.
“He’s very strong, brilliant with head and both feet. He could score a lot in the Bundesliga.
“I don’t know the price, but it’s really tough for Bayern Munich to reach it. We’ll see what happens in the future.”
Nagelsmann – whose side play City in Green Bay on Saturday night – admits that for now he will have to rethink his game-plan after waving goodbye to his main target man Lewa.
He said: “I’ve got to do a lot of work with my team, things will change with the formation.
“They not that easy as all the players have to play in a different style.
“Some things may change but it’s still soccer and we want to score goals.
“We’re looking forward to a new phase of Bayern Munich, and trying to do the best.”