Chelsea to Man Utd in ‘unrelated’ Kane swoop

Chelsea are not alone. The Jim Ratcliffe-era Manchester United have also thrown their hat into the ring for Harry Kane (Bayern Munich).

On July 21 (ET), the British website TeamTalk reported, citing Football Insider, that the Red Devils are seriously considering a move for Kane this summer. United targeted Kane last summer, but he chose Bayern.

The situation is changing again. The former Tottenham ‘one-club man’ moved to Bayern to ‘win trophies’ but has been ‘irrelevant’ this season.

Bayern were the ‘absolute favorites’ in the Bundesliga. Last year, they won the title for the 11th consecutive season. But the odds are stacked against them.

The Bavarians were thrashed 0-3 in a head-to-head clash with leaders Leverkusen on Nov. 11, and fell 2-3 to VfL Bochum on Nov. 19. 카지노사이트 The gap between second-place Bayern (50 points) and first-place Leverkusen (58 points) is now a whopping eight points.

It’s not just the Bundesliga. In the UEFA Champions League (UCL), Bayern was also eliminated after losing the first leg of the round of 16 against Lazio (Italy) 0-1. In the German Football Association (DFB) Pokal, the FA Cup, they were thrashed by a third-division team in the first leg.

Kane was unhappy. There was talk of him being unhappy at Bayern.

At United, on the other hand, a new wind is blowing. Ratcliffe, the billionaire founder of global chemicals group Ineos, finalized the purchase of a 27.7% stake in the club today. He has already received owner approval.

Ratcliffe plans to invest 300 million euros ($430 million) in new players. Kane is also irresistible.

His firepower is still there. Kane has scored a whopping 29 goals in 30 appearances for Bayern this season.

However, Tottenham are a factor. 토토사이트 추천 They are furious with United’s move. Spurs chairman Daniel Levy made waves last year when he revealed that they hold the buy-back rights to Kane.

It’s likely that he will have some sort of influence.

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