Munich CEO ‘at odds with Tottenham chairman Levy’ in London again…Kane signing finalized

The focus is on Harry Kane, not pre-season.

The head of Bayern Munich is in London, England, again. “Munich CEO Jan Christian Dresden and technical director Marco Neppe are in London to hold talks with Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy,” the British publication The Telegraph reported on Monday (Aug. 28).

Munich is currently on a preseason tour of Asia. It’s unusual for the club’s top brass not to travel with the team in pre-season.

This is because the signing of Kane is within reach. Kane, who has one year left on his contract with Tottenham, has been heavily linked with a move away this summer.토토사이트

Earlier this summer, Kane said he would not re-sign with Spurs. This means that if he doesn’t move now, he will leave the team as a free agent in a year.

Kane during preseason in Asia.

Nevertheless, Spurs were confident of re-signing Kane. The club has thrown up its hands in the air, demanding at least £100 million (approx. KRW 164.5 billion) for Kane.

Tottenham also rejected Munich’s last two bids for the player. Two weeks ago, the Munich hierarchy traveled to London and made two bids for Kane, first for £60 million ($98.7 million) and then for £70 million ($152 million), but they were not accepted by Tottenham.

But then the mood changed. Kane continued to tell Spurs that he had no intention of re-signing. Only now did Tottenham realize the difficulty of convincing Kane.

If the transfer fee is right, Kane could be in a Bayern Munich shirt in no time.

Tottenham owner Joe Louis recently gave the green light to the transfer. In an interview with German media outlet Kicker, Munich president Herbert Heynckes said, “Kane is a very attractive player. He is the captain of the England national team and a top goalie. It would be great for our team and the Bundesliga if we could sign him.” He hasn’t given up on signing Kane.

The key is the transfer fee. Tottenham chairman Levy is still sticking to his £100 million price tag for Kane. Depending on whether Munich can match that figure, negotiations could move quickly.

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