Bayern Munich have finally sold Robert Lewandowski to Barcelona. And by the looks of things, Harry Kane is the replacement that they are considering for the Poland captain. The Spurs forward is yet to sign a new deal with Tottenham, and could be prized away with a big offer. However, the chairman of the club, Daniel Levy, asked for €150 million from Manchester City last summer for the striker to leave. Given his shrewd and unwavering nature in negotiations, it will be very difficult for the German giants to sign Kane. He was forced to stay on for another season even though he wanted to leave the club last summer. Harry Kane emerges as potential replacement for Lewandowski https://twitter.com/TheBayernZone/status/1547003740829491200?s20&ts-qnA43NSDME8qoiLbmqjw Oliver Kahn, the CEO of Bayern Munich, recently spoke about Harry Kane as a potential option for their future. "He is under contract with Tottenham, but he is one of the best strikers out there, and he is a dream for our future," Kahn said. "Now we have to see how to put the team together for the current season, so we will see what happens." Kane is currently in his peak years, and will want to get his hands on some form of silverware. He is very happy with Antonio Conte at the club, but if no trophies arrive even after their successful transfer window, he will be pushing for a departure very soon. And this time, it might be for good.