Chelsea have been linked with a sensational swoop for Harry Kane amid some speculation surrounding his future at Tottenham.
Kane looked set for a move away from Spurs last summer, but a mooted transfer to Manchester City never materialized.
The player appears to cut a much happier figure these days with Spurs getting back into the Champions League under the guidance of Antonio Conte.
Kane has two years left on his deal with the north London club, but the rumors about him potentially leaving remain, with Bayern Munich linked.
However, German outlet BILD suggested Chelsea would be ‘very interested’ in purchasing the England star but realize a move to Bayern is far more likely due to the Blues’ rivalry with Spurs.
In fact, Tottenham consider the player to be untouchable this summer as he is a massive part of Conte’s plans.
Bayern boss Julian Nagelsmann recently refused to rule out making a move for Kane, something that Spurs boss Conte branded ‘disrespectful.’
And Nagelsmann’s comments did not sit well with former Tottenham man Jamie O’Hara, who insists the German should keep his mitts off Tottenham’s star striker.
In response to Nagelsmann’s comments, O’Hara said: “Mind your own business, nothing to do with you, not your player, you’re not in for him, he’s not for sale!”
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“I can’t stand managers that do this. Harry Kane is not for sale, he is not going to Bayern Munich. Don’t talk about our players.
“He should say ‘he’s a very good player but he’s not my player.’
“He’s not going anywhere. He’s happy, he’s scoring goals, we’ve got Conte, the team’s flying.
“This is the most exciting season that Spurs have had in a long time, why is there Harry Kane chat? Why have we got a manager from another country talking about ‘I don’t know how much he is’? He’s not for sale.”
Just imagine what O’Hara will say if Chelsea make a proper effort at signing Kane…