Harry Kane must go! Bayern Munich told to sell £100m English striker despite incredible goal record


Former Germany international Dietmar Hamann has questioned Bayern Munich’s decision to buy Harry Kane last summer.


The England captain moved to Germany last summer on a mega transfer that saw Bayern pay a club record fee of £100 million ($127m) to Tottenham. However, things did not go as planned for the Bavarian club as they failed to win a trophy this season for the first time in 12 years.


Ex-Liverpool and Manchester City midfielder Did Hamann has raised questions about the Bundesliga giants’ decision to break the bank for Kane and even encourage them to part ways with the star forward after just one season, even though he has scored a whopping 44 goals in 45 matches across all competitions for the club.


Speaking to Sky Sports, the 50-year-old said: “How many titles have they won? Bayern scored more goals without Kane last year than they have now. He also had his price. That’s a very high salary and it cost over 100 million. If [Mathys] Tel had played up front, would they necessarily be in a worse position? I don’t blame him at all for it being his fault – of course not.”

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