Tottenham striker Harry Kane is set to return to pre-season training today ahead of showdown talks with new manager Ange Postecoglou.
Speculation linking Kane with a move to Bayern Munich has gathered pace this summer and according to The Daily Telegraph’s Matt Law, Spurs chairman Daniel Levy is set to offer the England captain a mind-boggling $515,000 per-week to try and persuade him to stay beyond next summer at which point he will be able to leave as a free agent.
Harry Kane set for showdown talks with Postecoglou
Speaking of Kane’s future yesterday, the Australian head coach said, “I haven’t had any assurances and I wouldn’t expect any because with these things you’re never dealing with certainties. What I know right now is Harry is part of the this squad.”
According to Italian journalist Fabrizio Romano, Tottenham are likely to turn down Bayern’s second bid for Kane but this is unlikely to put off the Bavarians coming back in with an improved third offer with Thomas Tuchel determined to get his first-choice striking target this summer.
Tottenham are not intentioned to accept €80m fixed fee for Harry Kane. Sources close to Spurs guarantee that this amount won't be enough for Bayern to make deal happen. ⚪️⚠️ #THFC
Bayern want to insist on Kane as they still hope to make progress on this deal. pic.twitter.com/RR8MVcPj8J
— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) July 10, 2023