Lothar Matheus, who played for Bayern Munich, said Victor Osimen would be a better fit for the team than Harry Kane.
The British ‘Daily Mail’ reported on the 18th (Korean time), “Matheus said that Kane was too old and expensive for Munich to sign this summer.”
Kane is one of the best strikers in European football beyond the EPL. From the 2014–15 season he became a regular starter, scoring over 20 goals each season. In particular, he is showing off his steady scoring ability to the point of winning the top scorer three times.안전놀이터
However, there is one thing Kane himself regrets. That’s the championship trophy. Kane is a monster goalscorer every season, but his team’s performance has been far from winning. This season, too, he is ranked second in the league scoring rankings with 23 goals, following “scoring machine” Elling Haaland, but the team’s performance seems unlikely to win.
As a result, Kane is not easily able to renew his contract. As such, Kane is likely to be the hottest striker for sale this coming summer. This is because he has a contract until the summer of 2024, but there is no news of the renewal of the contract yet. From the standpoint of Tottenham, if his contract renewal fails, it is also the last transfer market where he can be sold for money.
We are already connected with various clubs. Manchester United, Real Madrid and Munich are watching his situation. However, Munich legend Matheus desperately wanted to sign Osimen rather than Kane.
“Everyone is talking about Osimen’s sensational performance at Napoli. I don’t know if he can do that in Munich, but I think he will fit in well,” he wrote in a column for Germany’s Sky Sports. Kane would be too old and expensive.”
It is true that Kane is older than Osimen. Kane was born in 1993 and is 29 years old this year. Osimen, on the other hand, was born in 1998 and is 24 years old. He has the advantage of having the best age and a lot of experience. However, compared to Osimen, he is the right age to worry about the aging curve. However, there are plenty of strikers in their mid-thirties, such as Karim Benzema (1987) and Roberto Lewandowski (born 1988), who are making great strides.