BILD journalist Christian Falk has said that Tottenham Hotspur are not prepared to offer Harry Kane a ‘large salary package’, with Bayern Munich thus sensing an opportunity to swoop for the striker.

With Kane now into the final 18 months of his contract at Spurs (Transfermarkt), the speculation over the striker’s future looks set to intensify as we near the summer transfer window.

Harry Kane

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Sky Sports reported a couple of weeks ago that Manchester United and Bayern Munich hold an interest in snapping up the striker in the summer and the report suggested that the 29-year-old’s unwillingness to leave the Premier League might hand an advantage to Erik Ten Hag’s men.

However, Falk believes that Bayern have an advantage as they would offer the England captain guarantees of winning titles – something which United cannot.

The journalist told FCB Inside: “Bayern know that Tottenham is not keen on losing Kane to another Premier League club – I heard that there is a decision about this within the club. 

“Everyone knows that Harry Kane only goes to win titles. I’m not sure if Manchester United can guarantee that at the moment, but Bayern Munich can.”

Falk also went on to suggest that Spurs are not willing to offer Kane the salary he is demanding, which is one of the reasons that the striker is reluctant to make a decision over his future.

He added: “Tottenham does not currently offer a large salary package, so Bayern see an opportunity and they know that the player does not want to make a decision in the near future.”

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I find it hard to believe that Tottenham would not offer Kane a bumper contract if the striker agrees to sign a new deal.

Besides, I do not think the 29-year-old would be tempted by the prospect of moving to the Bundesliga club as he clearly has his eyes on Alan Shearer’s Premier League goals record. 

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