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Could Harry Kane return to the Premier League this summer?

Harry Kane’s potential return to the Premier League has been making headlines recently, with reports suggesting that the striker is open to rejoining his childhood club Tottenham Hotspur.

After a brief stint with Bayern Munich, where he has broken Bundesliga records with his impressive performances, Kane is reportedly considering a move back to the English top flight.

The initial cost of Kane’s transfer to Bayern was a staggering £86 million, with possible add-ons that could push the total fee to £100 million. Despite his stellar form in Germany, Kane and Bayern are facing the prospect of ending the season trophy-less, with Bayer Leverkusen currently leading the Bundesliga.

Kane is yet to win major silverware in his career and could end the current campaign empty-handed, despite signing for a Bayern team that has won the previous 11 editions of the Bundesliga. A safer bet for punters appears on Kane to end the season as the league’s leading scorer, with his 27 goals nine clear of closest challenger, Stuttgart’s Serhou Guirassy. For fans having problems with their accounts, read over the troubleshooting 1xBet login issues.

The 30-year-old has experienced a great season in front of goal, yet Bayern are on course to miss out on the DFB Pokal and the Bundesliga. The Champions League is perhaps their best hope, though the Bavarians trail Lazio 1-0 ahead of their last-16 return.

With Bayern struggling to maintain their dominance in the league, and facing an uphill battle in the Champions League, Kane’s future at the club appears uncertain. Recent reports suggest that Kane may be considering a return to Tottenham, with sources close to the club indicating that the striker is open to the idea.

Manchester United, however, are also rumoured to be interested in bringing Kane back to the Premier League. With the club reportedly looking to sign a striker in the summer transfer window, Kane could be a top target for the Red Devils.

The prospect of Kane returning to English football has sparked speculation about his potential impact on the Premier League. As one of the league’s top scorers, Kane is just 47 goals behind Alan Shearer in the all-time scoring records. If he were to return to England, he could have his sights set on surpassing Shearer’s record and cementing his legacy as one of the greatest strikers in Premier League history.

For Manchester United, Kane would represent a significant addition to their squad. With uncertainties surrounding the futures of Mason Greenwood and Anthony Martial, Kane could provide the club with a world-class option up front. Despite Bayern’s struggles, Kane’s individual performances have been exceptional, further highlighting his credentials as one of the best strikers in the world.

As the summer transfer window approaches, speculation surrounding Kane’s future is likely to intensify. Whether he opts to return to Tottenham or join a new club like Manchester United, one thing is certain: Kane’s presence in the Premier League would be a major talking point and could have a significant impact on the title race next season. It would also be a coup for Man United following Ratcliffe’s investment in the club.

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