Steve Nicol labels Tottenham Hotspur star Harry Kane joining Bayern Munich a ‘No-brainer’


Former Liverpool man Steve Nicol has told Harry Kane that he should leave Tottenham Hotspur for Bayern Munich, so he can “win a title”. He believes that it is a no-brainer for Tottenham Hotspur forward Harry Kane to join Bayern Munich if Conte were to leave Spurs at the end of the upcoming season.

Kane has been at the club since 2009 and has established himself as one of the best strikers in the world over the years.

The Englishman was a star performer under Antonio Conte towards the end of last season. He grabbed 17 goals and nine assists in the Premier League.

Tottenham are looking strong ahead of the 2022/23 campaign as they have brought in the likes of Yves Bissouma, Richarlison and Ivan Perisic.

It has been reported that Bayern Munich are interested in signing Kane. They have just sold Robert Lewandowski to FC Barcelona for around £42.5m.

Bayern signed Sadio Mane earlier this summer for £35m. Ex-Liverpool player Nicol thinks Kane should join the Senegal international at the Bundesliga giants:

If Conte decides to leave at the end of the season then if you are Harry Kane it is a no-brainer to go to Bayern Munich,” said Nicol.
Why not [for Harry Kane]? Guaranteed you win the Bundesliga, win a title.

What has eluded the striker in North London have been trophies. Tottenham have had a barren spell for 14 years now in terms of silverware. The same cannot be said of Bayern, for whom a trophyless season is something unthinkable.

Fans might feel it’s this aspiration that might tilt our vice-captain’s head a bit. The 28-year-old looked set to leave Spurs last summer, with Manchester City lurking. But Spurs managed to keep a hold of their superstar.

It seemed as if Kane had lost his desire to play for us at the beginning of the season. But the arrival of Antonio Conte has rejuvenated the England international’s spirits. And we look set to achieve something special in the upcoming campaign.

It’ll be extremely difficult for the North London side if they lose Kane. Not just in terms of goals, the striker has also become one of the best playmakers for us. His partnership with other players on the pitch is irreplaceable.