BAYERN MUNICH are reportedly willing to splash out more than £88million to secure Harry Kane.
The German giants are being linked with a move for the Tottenham striker following the departure of Robert Lewandowski to Barcelona in the summer.
Julian Nagelsmann is currently playing a fluid front line including the likes of Sadio Mane, Serge Gnabry, Leroy Sane and Jamal Musiala.
But the lack of a focal point up front has left them struggling in the Bundesliga, with the champions four points adrift of early pacesetters Union Berlin.
And according to TZ, Bayern are willing to break the 100million euro mark to secure Kane's signature.
Bayern's honorary president Uli Hoeness admitted after their 2-2 draw with Dortmund at the weekend that the club are lacking a striker.
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He said: "One thing is for sure, I think we're already missing a nine.
"It was an important, difficult decision to give up Robert, with the risk that you wouldn't score certain goals – like Modeste yesterday."
Meanwhile, Kane played down talk of a move to Bayern, albeit while praising the club.
Speaking ahead of Spurs' clash with Eintracht Frankfurt, he said: "I’m focused on Tottenham Hotspur and trying to do my best for us.
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"Bayern are a top, top club – but all my concentration is on Tottenham and trying to win tomorrow night."
Kane, whose Tottenham contract expires in 2024, has scored eight goals in 12 appearances so far this season, with only Erling Haaland netting more in the Premier League.
Earlier this year, Bayern manager Nagelsmann revealed his admiration for Kane.
And Bayern CEO Oliver Kahn then described Kane as a "dream of the future".
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