Tottenham Hotspur have rejected Bayern Munich’s second proposal for club captain Harry Kane, according to Dr. Constantin Eckner of The Times.
The deal was worth roughly €80 million with bonuses for the all-time England and Tottenham Hotspur striker.
The second proposal’s denial, though, shouldn’t come as a surprise. According to reports, Daniel Levy, the director of sports at Spurs, wants about €100 million for the attacker.
If Bayern believes Kane still wants to join them, they would most likely make an improved third offer. The England striker has been in communication with Bayern Munich head coach Thomas Tuchel on a regular basis and has expressed a desire to join the club.
One thing we do know is that should Kane, who scored 30 Premier League goals last season, leave Spurs then Bayern would be his preferred destination, with Florian Plettenberg further reporting that the Bundesliga club will remain patient in their pursuit of Kane. This could be Bayern testing the waters again before submitting a bid closer to the €100m asking price. A top transfer target this summer, the poker is well and truly underway.
Tottenham Hotspur Unlikely to let go Harry Kane
Spurs are unlikely to accept Bayern Munich’s second bid for Harry Kane.
It was claimed today that Munich attempted to sign a striker for 80 million euros with incentives. The Spurs have already denied 70 million and further compensation.
Tottenham are planning to do the same with their second bid, according to source Fabrizio Romano. However, Bayern’s formal answer has yet to be received.