Tottenham Hotspur forward Harry Kane has had his permission to fly to Germany to complete a move to Bayern Munich revoked this morning by club officials.
The England captain, 30, agreed to join the Bundesliga champions late on Thursday night and is still expected to sign a four-year deal this weekend after a bid worth more than $110m was accepted.
Harry Kane set for Bayern switch?
However, according to reputable journalist Fabrizio Romano, the move hit a slight stumbling block this morning. Kane and his entourage are currently waiting at London’s Stansted Airport in order to fly out to the south of Germany after he was initially given the green light to complete his medical and sign a contract later today with the Bavarians- where he is expected to wear the number nine jersey.
Final ‘poker games’ of Kane saga ⚠️
Harry Kane and his camp, at the airport in order to fly to Munich.
Tottenham now asking to change some small conditions of the deal.
Kane, just waiting to fly once Spurs approve.
…Daniel Levy, in USA and so on different time zone. pic.twitter.com/WhaOOfbBgD
— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) August 11, 2023
Kane is currently sitting tight waiting for Spurs to finalize the final conditions of the deal after chairman Daniel Levy changed his mind on a couple of discrepancies overnight. To complicate things further, Levy is currently in the US on holiday with his family and therefore working through the night to ensure his club gets the best possible deal in exchange for his most valued asset.