Bayern Munich have set their sights on Harry Kane and are prepared to make an enticing offer to persuade Tottenham Hotspur to part ways with their star striker. The German champions are gearing up to submit an improved bid of £80 million, along with additional performance-based incentives, in their pursuit of the England captain. Kane, 29, remains Bayern’s primary target for the current transfer window, and they are eager to secure his services.
Bayern Munich are leaving no stone unturned in their efforts to sign Kane and are intensifying their negotiations with Tottenham. However, Spurs have yet to show any willingness to engage in discussions regarding the potential transfer of their 29-year-old forward. Initially, Manchester United were considered frontrunners for Kane’s signature, but they have been priced out of a deal.
In contrast, Bayern Munich possess the financial resources to facilitate a transfer for the England captain. The German club believes that signing Kane would significantly enhance their prospects of clinching the coveted UEFA Champions League title, a point they emphasized during talks with the player. Their initial offer of £60 million, coupled with add-ons, was swiftly rejected by Tottenham.Embed from Getty Images
Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy is adamant about retaining the services of their 29-year-old talisman, as he believes Kane’s presence provides a greater value proposition than selling him at any price. Kane’s potential departure could undermine Tottenham’s ambitions of securing a top-four finish. However, Bayern Munich is now preparing a fresh bid of £80 million, alongside additional bonuses, in the hopes of enticing Levy into engaging in negotiations.
It is worth noting that Harry Kane has entered the final year of his contract, which means he could leave Tottenham on a free transfer next season. If Tottenham rejects another offer from Bayern Munich, the German club may choose to abandon their pursuit of Kane, as their latest proposal might have already exceeded their budget for a new striker.