Tottenham Hotspur chairman Daniel Levy values Harry Kane at around €80-€100m (£69.1-£86.3m), according to Sky Germany transfer expert Florian Plettenberg.

The Tottenham Hotspur forward is rumoured to be on Bayern’s radar with German publication TZ claiming they are willing to spend over €100m (£86.3m) to sign the England captain next summer.

Bayern Munich CEO Oliver Kahn was this week once again been asked to comment on speculation linking Kane with a move to the Bundesliga giants.

Kahn was a lot more reserved in his comments about the 29-year-old this time around, having previously admitted in July that Kane is a ‘dream of the future’ type signing for the German champions (Christian Falk / Twitter).

Bayern have been without a traditional number one since Robert Lewandowski swapped the Allianz Arena for Barcelona during the summer window.

“Of course, he’s a very good player, but there are many other very good players,”Kahn told Sky Germany.

“I’ve read that everywhere too. Oliver Kahn and Harry Kane. Hasan [Salihamidzic] and Harry Kane. We deal with many, many players and it’s not okay to talk about players who are signed to other clubs either. Again: we have a very good squad that is doing an excellent job at the moment.”

Harry Kane

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While Kane’s current contract continues to tick down, rumours about his future are only going to grow louder.   Bayern need a new forward, however, whether Kane would be willing to move abroad and give up the chance to chase down Alan Shearer’s Premier League goalscoring record is questionable.

Plettenberg’s valuation of Kane is somewhat lower than what would be expected, it would be a huge surprise if Levy sanctioned his sale when he is frankly, irreplaceable.

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