Date: 30th August 2023 at 10:50am
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Harry Kane continued his fine start to life at Bayern Munich by scoring twice against Augsburg on Sunday. 

The England captain joined the German giants from Tottenham Hotspur earlier this month in a deal worth an initial £86 million, and netted his first goal for the club on his Bundesliga debut against Werder Bremen.

With Bayern strong favourites to defend their top flight title, Kane will be hoping to lift the first trophy of his career this season.

Now, though, it appears that the Englishman could be joined by a former teammate in Bavaria.

According to 90min, Tottenham defender Eric Dier has been offered to Bayern, who are considering a move for the player.

The report claims that Kane has offered a rave review of his former Spurs and current England teammate, which could prompt the German side to make a move for Dier.

Dier, 29, joined the Lilywhites back in 2014 and has since made more than 360 appearances for the club across all competitions.

Dier could be set for a reunion with England teammate Harry Kane

He has been a regular for the club in recent seasons, but is yet to feature so far this term with new manager Ange Postecoglou preferring the likes of Cristian Romero, Micky van de Ven and Davinson Sanchez.

The Englishman is in the final year of his current contract and has been told that he can leave Tottenham in the final days of the current transfer window.

A number of clubs have been offered the chance to sign Dier including Fulham, who considered the possibility of including the player in a potential swap deal for Spurs target Tosin Aradabioyo.

Dier wasn’t keen on the idea, though, despite being told by Postecoglou that he isn’t in his long-term plans.

Bayern could be interested in signing Dier as they look for replacements for Benjamin Pavard, who is set to join Italian side Inter Milan in the coming days.

Manager Thomas Tuchel has given his approval to the proposed move for Dier, the report claims, although the German club have also been heavily linked with Chelsea’s Trevoh Chalobah, who worked under the German during his tenure at Stamford Bridge.

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