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Alan Shearer gives hilarious response to Bayern Munich's bid for Harry Kane

Alan Shearer gives hilarious response to Bayern Munich's bid for Harry Kane

Shearer didn't hold back with this one.

Newcastle legend Alan Shearer gave a brilliant response to reports that Bayern Munich have launched a bid to sign Tottenham star Harry Kane.

The German club offered £60 million plus add-ons to Spurs to sign England's record goalscorer, as per Sky in Germany, but the offer was quickly rejected.

Getting Kane out of Spurs this summer will be no easy task, even though the 29-year-old only has one year left on his contract.

Various reports have claimed that Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy will demand at least £100 million from any Premier League club to sell his key asset, and it appears as if overseas clubs may have to pay a similar amount.

Kane remaining in the Premier League would surely mean he overtakes Shearer as the Premier League's all-time record goalscorer. He is currently second in the rankings, having overtaken Wayne Rooney in the 2022/23 campaign.

And in response to the rumours of Kane potentially making the move to Bayern, Shearer was understandably quick to reference his scoring record.

Shearer responds to Kane bid

Writing in his column for The Athletic, Shearer jokingly took aim at Kane's attempts to knock him off the top spot, before suggesting that the 29-year-old could leave England, return and still beat his record, such is his quality.

He wrote: "If Harry wants to join Bayern, I'll drive his f***ing car there myself; anything to protect my Premier League goalscoring record of 260 - Harry is on 213.

"In truth, any hope there is probably forlorn. Harry is nearly 30, but he looks after himself, he's steered clear of major injuries and he's perfectly capable of coming back to England in a couple of years' time and banging in enough goals to overtake me.

"Still, though. Give me the keys and a sat nav and off I'll go..."

If Kane does move to the Allianz Arena, he would have an ideal opportunity to end his career-long trophy drought at senior level.

Bayern have won the Bundesliga title in every year since 2012, although Thomas Tuchel's side had to rely on Borussia Dortmund dropping points on the final day of the campaign to lift the trophy this time.

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Topics: Alan Shearer, Harry Kane, Tottenham Hotspur, Premier League, Transfers, Bayern Munich