Bayern Munich are determined to sign Tottenham striker Harry Kane. The Bundesliga champions are prepared to submit a third offer worth PS80million plus add-ons in an attempt to sign the 29-year-old England international.

Levy has made it clear he won’t sell Kane this summer at such an exorbitant cost; but they may find themselves unable to resist an attractive offer for him.

Tottenham’s offer

Tottenham are determined not to lose Harry Kane on a free transfer next summer and refuse to be bullied into signing him away; club chairman Daniel Levy plans on rejecting Bayern Munich’s latest bid for their star player, who only has one season remaining on his current contract.

Ange Postecoglou provided an amusing response to Bayern Munich’s open pursuit of Harry Kane during his first press conference as Spurs manager, informing reporters that Kane has signed with Tottenham and their priority should be winning silverware together.

Uli Hoeness, Bayern’s honorary president, remains confident they can woo Harry Kane to join their Bundesliga champions and is convinced he will succeed in convincing him to move. Hoeness claims Kane has already indicated he wants to work under Thomas Tuchel; they have offered EUR100million (PS86million) plus add-ons in exchange for signing Kane, ahead of PSG who also want him. Kane currently stands on 244 goals scored within Premier League competition, hoping to overtake Alan Shearer’s record of 261 Premier League goals scored.

Bayern’s offer

Bayern’s offer of around PS86m for Kane falls significantly short of his valuation and Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy remains unwilling to bow to pressure for him to sell. Representatives from both clubs will meet shortly in an attempt to reach an agreement but it’s unlikely any deal can be done before the season kicks off.

Bayern are hoping to sign England international Harry Kane before their German Super Cup match against Leipzig on 13 August; however, according to sources within Bayern they have not received enough guarantees from Levy in order to complete a transfer agreement.

Levy has shown himself to be an uncompromising negotiator and made it clear he will reject any bid that does not match their club’s valuation of Kane (29). Levy wants Kane to sign a new deal beyond 2024 to secure his future at Tottenham.

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PSG’s offer

Bayern Munich have increased their efforts to sign Tottenham striker Harry Kane. According to reports, they have presented two bids, but both were rejected by Spurs chairman Daniel Levy. Jan-Christian Dreesen and Marco Neppe were scheduled to travel to London and discuss an approach for England captain Harry Kane who has only one year remaining on his contract at north London club Tottenham Hotspur.

Kane has been offered a PS400,000-a-week contract at Tottenham and an ongoing role at the club; however, he seems eager to switch clubs. Bayern are keen on offering him an upfront transfer fee of around 100m pounds as an inducement.

PSG are also keen on signing Kane, and are ready to compete with Bayern for his signature. Foot Mercato reported that Les Parisiens are waiting for Spurs and Kane to negotiate personal terms before making a formal bid for him.

Levy’s response

Daniel Levy of Tottenham is said to be determined to reject any bids for their star player Harry Kane from rival Premier League clubs, according to reports. They want the England striker to remain under contract at North London club for as long as possible, something Levy has historically opposed allowing.

Bayern Munich are reported to have submitted their third offer for Tottenham captain Harry Kane and may increase it, yet Spurs are unwilling to sell. Additionally, Bundesliga giants may not get maximum value from him in terms of transfer fee; as Kane could prove valuable as an addition for one of their Premier League rivals.

Levy has reportedly flown out to Miami, where he plans on spending two weeks. Bayern are keen to finalise an offer for Kane before the season kicks off on August 13.

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