Bayern Munich chiefs are set to meet with Tottenham Hotspur chairman Daniel Levy today and are prepared to offer around £85million as a base transfer fee in their attempt to sign Harry Kane this summer, according to The Times.
The Bundesliga giants’ chief executive Jan-Christian Dreesen will sit down with Levy in the hope of making some headway in their hopes of persuading the Tottenham chief to allow the England captain to head to Germany.
The Telegraph reported yesterday claiming that Bayern were prepared to go as high as £86million and could agree to insert a buy-back clause in the agreement to soften Tottenham’s stance, while also being mindful they would be able to agree a pre-contract agreement with the marksman in the January transfer window.
Bayern prepared to offer £85m base price for Harry Kane
Tottenham have made their position clear on Kane‘s future at the club all summer to potential suitors in that the club record goalscorer is not for sale with twelve months left on his current contract in North London.
French outfit Paris-Saint Germain also believe they are still in the running to have a chance of a deal, should Spurs decide to sell (Sky Sports).
It remains to be seen whether a base price of £85million along with possible incentives tied into the deal that could take it north of £100million would be enough to twist Daniel Levy‘s arm into a sale.
Should he resist Bayern’s advances, there is a sizeable risk that Kane could find himself lining up against Tottenham in the Premier League next season at Manchester United, with it well documented that Erik ten Hag is a big admirer of the player who turns 30, today.
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