Bayern Munich legend Lothar Matheus criticized the transfer rumors between Bayern Munich and Harry Kane, recommending another player. 메이저놀이터
British media Daily Mail reported on the 18th (Korean time) that “Matheus does not think that 29-year-old Kane is suitable for Munich.”
Munich left a gap in the frontline striker position with the transfer of Roberto Lewandowski to Barcelona ahead of this season. Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting, Sadio Mane, Seriz Gnabry, etc. are alternately playing as strikers to fill the vacancy, but they are disappointing compared to Lewandowski.
In the end, Munich went out to find a new striker, and it was Tottenham striker Harry Kane who caught the eye of Munich.
After this season, the prospect that Kane, who has a year left on his contract with Tottenham, can leave Tottenham to win the title continues to emerge. There were also reports that Bayern could also participate in the scouting due to the possibility of Kane’s transfer.
But Bayern Munich legend Matheus had a different idea.
The Daily Mail said, “Kane, who is regarded as England’s all-time best goalscorer, is expected to leave Tottenham for a new challenge after his contract expires in 2024. Kane will be linked to Manchester United, Chelsea and Munich, and the transfer fee will exceed £100 million It seems,” he said.
“Matheus fears Kane will be out of the price range Munich wants, and he believes he won’t have resale value given his age.”
According to the report, Matheus shook his head at the rumor of signing a Premier League living legend striker, saying, “Kane is too old in my opinion. And it will be expensive.”
He cited Osimen and Randall Colo Muani (Frankfurt) as potential candidates to consider instead of Kane. He is a necessary striker, but he is great in the box and has the possibility to come to Munich
The two players are the strikers who will receive the most attention this summer along with Kane. A high transfer fee is expected, but since he is still young, there is a good chance that he can be resold at a high price.
In the meantime, Matheus also came up with a surprise alternative that can be recruited for a small transfer fee.
German national team striker Niklas Fulkruk, who plays for Werder Bremen, is the striker Matthaus recommends. Matheus was confident that his signing would be good, saying, “Fulkrug can be signed for 20 to 25 million euros (approximately 28.9 to 36.1 billion won), and he will be able to score more than 25 goals in Munich.”