Bayern Munich and Tottenham are still a long way off from finding a resolution for Harry Kane this summer.
According to The Athletic’s Charlie Eccleshare, the two clubs still stand $32m apart in price as discussions are set to continue. The limbo is not thought to be helpful to new Tottenham boss Ange Postecoglou who suggested he wanted a quicker resolution to the saga.
Harry Kane’s future still in jeapoardy
The German champions’ first bid of $77m for Kane was rejected out-of-hand by the North London outfit earlier this summer. Despite this, Bayern remain confident they can reach an agreement for Kane- who is thought to be desperate for a move this summer in his pursuit of major honors after turning 30 on Sunday.
Tottenham begin their Premier League season on August 13 and Postecoglou has already outlined his desire to find a solution, saying last week, “I think, for everyone concerned, we don’t want to be doing it for too long. I don’t think that is good for anyone. I don’t think it is good for Harry, I don’t think it is good for the club.”