Tottenham Hotspur’s disappointing elimination to AC Milan in the Champions League is certainly not the only bad news their fans are receiving this week.

That was followed by rumours saying manager Antonio Conte could soon leave the club, with Richarlison also setting the place on fire by saying how bad things are for him.

Now it’s time to talk about something even worse that could happen in the summer, which is Harry Kane’s departure from Tottenham.

The striker has been linked with a Bayern Munich move, and former club president Uli Hoeneß, who’s a board member at the Bundesliga side, now refused to dismiss those rumours.

The official was interviewed by Sky Germany about that possibility, and pointed out that if other members decide for the signing, it will happen.

“I would give my private opinion. But I am one of nine supervisory board members and if the other eight say: ‘He will be bought’, then he will be bought! We live in a democracy,” said Uli Hoeneß (via Florian Plettenberg).

With 20 goals in 37 games, Harry Kane is one of the few positive factors that Tottenham have been having this season.

The striker’s contract with Spurs expires in 2024, and the German media has been very consistent about Bayern’s interest in signing him.