Wednesday, September 27

Tottenham Hotspur is anticipated to reject Bayern Munich’s initial bid of €70m (£60m) along with additional bonuses for their star player, Harry Kane. Spurs chairman Daniel Levy is not keen on parting with their top striker this summer, and the offer from Bayern falls below the desired amount.

Kane, the captain of the England national team, is unlikely to be sold for anything less than £100m, despite having only one year remaining on his contract. Although Manchester United and Real Madrid have also shown interest in Kane, it is expected that the 29-year-old will likely remain with Tottenham for another season.

Tottenham Owner Daniel Levy (R) during a Premier League soccer match between Tottenham Hotspur and AFC Bournemouth

Bayern Munich’s manager, Thomas Tuchel, is an avid supporter of Kane and had previously attempted to sign him for Chelsea. Tuchel is urging the German club to invest heavily in a new striker this summer, with Napoli’s Victor Osimhen also being considered at a €150m valuation.However, even if Bayern were to increase their bid, it remains uncertain whether Kane would be willing to relocate to Germany. While Bayern’s dominance in the Bundesliga would give Kane a high probability of winning his first career trophy, there is little indication that he wants to leave England.

Real Madrid has considered Kane as a potential replacement for Karim Benzema, who recently moved to Al Ittihad in Saudi Arabia. Manchester United, a long-time admirer of Kane, has not been given much hope of striking a deal with Tottenham as they have uncertainty on the future ownership of the club.

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