Kane shares Salah’s woes amid Bayern bid as Liverpool vow to do better

Kane shares Salah's woes amid Bayern bid as Liverpool vow to do better

It’s hard to imagine how Harry Kane must be feeling right now. Everyone seems to have an opinion on what his next step will be – not least Bayern Munich, who are keen for him to move to the Allianz Arena.

According to The Athletic, that interest has now been formalized, with the German champions submitting a bid worth $77m (£60m/€70m) for the Tottenham talisman. That certainly wouldn’t be enough to do a deal, but it’s hard to imagine Bayern making a bid without some kind of encouragement from Kane.

If he were to make a move, it would be in search of trophies. Few important clubs offer more guarantees than Bayern Munich, and many say Kane needs more silverware for his legacy. Steven Gerrard, who left Liverpool without ever winning the Premier League, can confirm that particular ‘Top Trumps’ trivia will never completely go away.

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But Kane would also sacrifice a great deal by staying away. Not only will he slightly diminish his legacy at Tottenham – dethroning the status of a club that Gerrard enjoyed at Liverpool, barring a stay in MLS – he will also likely throw away his shot at breaking the Premier League goals record.

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Choosing Bayern Munich would be a statement that he could not reach his desired level at Tottenham, regardless of the individual records he broke. A recent poll of professional players suggests he may be on to something – and maybe Mohamed Salah faces a similar problem.

German magazine Kicker regularly reviews active Bundesliga players on various topics. In the latest edition, one of the questions asked respondents to name the best attacker in world football today. The 252 participants overwhelmingly chose Erling Haaland as the best around, with 52 percent of the vote.

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