FC Bayern: Nagelsmann ennobles Kane

Julian Nagelsmann from FC Bayern Munich praised star striker Harry Kane and could also imagine the Englishman scoring goals in the Bundesliga.

“He’s very expensive, that’s the problem. He’s a brilliant player, one of the best strikers in the world,” said the Munich coach on Saturday’s German night in Green Bay. “It could be possible that he scores a lot of goals in the Bundesliga. I don’t know the exact price but it’s very tough for Bayern. We’ll see what happens in the future.”

Kane still has a contract with Premier League club Tottenham Hotspur until 2024. CEO Oliver Kahn, who is not planning any further transfers in Kane’s expected price range for this summer, had already praised the English international.

You have to see what else will happen, said Kahn in this context.

Nagelsmann hopes Pavard will stay

Shortly before his 35th birthday, Nagelsmann was already looking forward to the friendly against Manchester City for former Bayern coach Pep Guardiola on Sunday night (1:00 a.m. CEST).

“I’ve been following Pep since the Barcelona days. Barcelona’s counter-pressing back then was the most impressive thing at the time. When you’re a young coach, you see that you see almost all the games from the best coaches in the business and you get new ideas,” said Nagelsmann.

Nagelsmann stressed that he hoped world champion Benjamin Pavard would stay in Munich. The Frenchman has been considered a potential sell-off since the signings of defenders Matthijs de Ligt and Noussair Mazraoui due to the large offer in defence. “I would be happy if he stayed. We’ll see what happens,” said Nagelsmann. Pavard is a very good player who can be used in different positions.

Kahn recently said that there were no plans to give up one of the established players. With a view to the strains of the coming season, you need a large squad, the CEO had explained.

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