Harry Kane’s future at Tottenham Hotspur continues to dominate the headlines with Bayern Munich showing no signs of slowing down in their hopes of landing the striker.
90min have claimed that while Spurs chairman Daniel Levy did meet with Bayern CEO Jan-Christian Dreesen earlier this week, he does not intend to enter into business with any team regarding the prospect of losing Kane.
Bayern bosses reportedly ‘jetted into London’ on Thursday night to meet with Levy in a central London hotel hoping to reach an agreement with the Spurs supremo to sign Kane (The Sun).
Daniel Levy does not intend to sell Harry Kane
Former Bayern club president Uli Hoeness claimed yesterday that Kane has signalled his intent to join the Bundesliga champions this summer, however, he did however concede the Bavarians have yet to receive an asking price from Levy, although he says assurances have been made from the player’s side.
Hoeness told Kicker: “He signaled very clearly that his decision was made. And if it stays that way, we’ll get him. Levy is clever. First we have to get him to name a price. He plays for time, is a great professional.
“I appreciate him very much. But on the other side we aren’t people who have only been doing this since yesterday. He (Kane) wants to play internationally. Tottenham won’t be there next season – unlike our club.
“He now has another opportunity to come to a top club in Europe. What we really like about Kane is that his advisors, that is his father and his brother, are very pleasant. So far they have always stood by what they have promised. And if it stays that way, then that’s okay.”
Bayern have seen two offers rejected for the Tottenham captain in recent weeks, the latest said to be worth £68.5million plus add-ons (Evening Standard).
Kane returned to pre-season training with Tottenham on Wednesday where he had his first face-to-face with new head coach Ange Postecoglou and boarded the flight to Perth with the rest of the squad on Friday ahead of the friendly against West Ham on Tuesday.
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