£100M Striker Wants Premier League move Chelsea Board have been told

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Long-term CHELSEA target and Bayern Munich star Harry Kane “secretly wants to come home”, says Stan Collymore.

The England captain joined the German giants from Tottenham in the summer for £100million after he became the club’s record goalscorer, but the 30-year-old has been linked with a return to the Premier League.

It is no secret that we wanted to sign Harry Kane before he made the decision to move to Bayern last summer – but were not ready to meet his high asking valuation knowing that Spurs Chairman Daniel Levy is notoriously tricky to do a deal with.

He has plundered 39 goals for the Bundesliga giants, but is in danger of seeing major silverware fall agonisingly out of reach once more, and Collymore believes that he would like to come back to the Premier League.

Former England international Collymore has told CaughtOffside: “So the Kane jinx continues to strike in Munich as Bayer win the title, which leaves the question, will Bayern look to cash in on Harry’s super individual season, potentially after a good Euro’s, to several clubs who arguably need his services, or does he stay, Duke it out again next season and wrestle the Bundesliga back?

‘I think secretly he wants to come home, and if you were Manchester United, potentially with a new manager and under new ownership, the signing of Kane would represent cache and intent.

“Chelsea also could use not only his goals but his experience to help the young pups along. I thought earlier on this season that he should stay and fight Bayer next season to get the title back but I’m particularly warming to Kane to CHELSEA.

‘They have the cash, it’s his city and they desperately need some calm heads around the place, people you can rely on. They don’t come calmer than Kane and the fact he knows Poch so well may be the focus that the manager and owner need to get the Blues back firing towards that top four.”


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