Check Out “Jurgen Klopp may know about Bayern Munich’s Harry Kane chase.” When the Liverpool manager was addressing the media prior to his team’s preseason friendly match against the powerhouses of the Bundesliga in Singapore, he brought up Kane’s name.
Bayern have been after the England captain throughout the entire summer and are still in negotiations with Spurs over a potential transfer. The striker is rumored to be interested in making the switch to Bayern.
And when asked about the alterations that have been made to Bayern’s ‘world class’ roster, Klopp responded by saying that Bayern is not done with their transfer business. Everyone is aware of the circumstances surrounding Kane.
Manchester United’s move for Sofyan Amrabat appears to be going ahead as planned, with recent quotes attributed to the midfielder now said to be ‘fake’.
This is what Fabrizio Romano argues, who believes that the player has’said yes’ to United, wants the move to happen, and has wanted it to happen ever since the first conversations were held in June. He also asserts that the player has wanted the move to happen ever since the first conversations were made in June. Romano further asserts that the athlete has desired the move to take place ever since the initial discussions on the possible trade were held.
In a prior interview, Amrabat was quoted as saying, “doesn’t know if I am leaving… maybe I can stay here at Fiorentina.” This quote was deemed to have been taken out of context.
Romano, on the other hand, claims that this is not the case and that he “never said that.” In addition to this, he contends that the quotations in question are “fake” and/or may have been translated incorrectly.
It is also important to note that an official offer has not been made as of yet; nonetheless, United intends to make a formal approach as soon as either Fred or Donny van der Beek has been sold.