Bayern Munich are determined not to give up in their bid to sign Harry Kane, and are preparing to make a third offer to Tottenham. After failing in their first two attempts, the Bavarians are willing to make a significant economic effort to have a chance of success in this negotiation.
Bayern’s goal is to make Kane the definitive successor to Robert Lewandowski, who left a void in attack after his move to FC Barcelona. Although no details have been given about the exact amount that Bayern would be willing to offer, it seems clear that it must exceed 100 million euros. In fact, according to the Daily Mail, Tottenham president Daniel Levy is looking to get at least €140m for the English striker.
The third offer prepared by Bayern Munich for Kane
The contractual situation of kane is a determining factor in this negotiation. The player has no intention of renewing his current contract, which expires in 2024, which could force Tottenham to consider selling him in the coming weeks to avoid losing him at zero cost next year. In addition, Kane’s rejection of an offer from PSG, according to reports from SportBild, brings the footballer even closer to Bayern Munich.
Kane, 29, has started pre-season with Tottenham under new manager Ange Postecoglou, who has been unable to guarantee the striker will lead the team’s attack next season.
Bayern Munich is willing to make one last effort to sign Harry Kane and hopes that his third offer will be the final one. The sum requested by Tottenham is high, but the desire to have the talent and experience of the English striker makes Bayern willing to reach an agreement. The next few days will be key in determining whether Kane will ultimately join the German squad and how this exciting transfer market deal will play out.