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Thomas Tuchel makes Harry Kane transfer admission following Manchester United interest

Bayern Munich boss Thomas Tuchel said Harry Kane would be a target for every club wanting to sign a striker and that taking the England captain away from the Premier League was a "big thing".

Manchester United had considered making a move for Kane this summer before deciding they didn't want to deal with Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy, leaving the path clear for Bayern to swoop for England's record goalscorer.

While United signed Rasmus Hojlund from Atalanta for £72million, Bayern spent £86million on signing Kane and the 30-year-old has hit the ground running in the Bundesliga, scoring four goals in his first four Bundesliga games.

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United's decision not to try and sign Kane was met with surprise during the summer window, especially as Erik ten Hag was desperate to sign him. Instead, United signed Hojlund, who is a decade younger than Kane but has just one season in a major European league to his name.

The Dane has made a bright start to his United career and his withdrawal against Brighton on Saturday was met with boos from supporters inside Old Trafford, with the striker still easing his way to full fitness having missed a chunk of pre-season with a back injury.

Fate has paired Kane and Hojlund against each other in the Champions League, with Bayern Munich and United meeting on matchday one at the Allianz Arena. Kane spoke to the media the day before the game and was followed by Tuchel, who made it clear he felt Bayern had pulled off a coup by landing the striker.

"It's a big thing, we took the skipper of England out of England. Anyone looking for a No.9 would've been happy to have Harry in