PART of the Bayern Munich hierarchy are reportedly unconvinced by the prospect of signing Harry Kane.
Reports last month suggested the Bundesliga champs had made Kane their No1 transfer target.
Now though it's claimed not everybody at the club is sold on the idea of signing him.
German outlet Sport Bild say some Bayern insiders believe Kane, 29, does not suit the club's style of football.
Bayern failed to recruit an out and out striker in the summer after Robert Lewandowski left for Barcelona.
And with Kane into the final two years of his Tottenham deal, rumours of a swoop at the end of the season have emerged.
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Sky Germany previously reported that Bayern are ready and waiting to make their move if no new deal is signed.
The Bundesliga champions were previously linked with a move for the Spurs talisman over the summer.
But with some bigwigs thought to be unconvinced, their chances of signing the striker could take a hit.
Kane himself addressed the rumours in October, saying: "I'm focusing on Tottenham Hotspur and trying to do our best.
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"For sure Bayern are a top, top club but all my concentration is on Tottenham."
Key figures at Bayern have made no secret of their admiration for the England skipper.
CEO Oliver Kahn said of Kane: "He is under contract with Tottenham.
"Sure, an absolute top striker, but that's all a dream of the future."
While Bayern boss Julian Nagelsmann said: "He’s very strong, brilliant with head and both feet. He could score a lot in the Bundesliga.
"I don’t know the price, but it’s really tough for Bayern Munich to reach it. We’ll see what happens in the future."
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