Bayern Munich is determined to make history by attempting to sign Harry Kane, making him the biggest transfer of all time for the club. According to media reports, the club intends to offer an impressive amount of over 80 million euros (around £68 million) to acquire the Tottenham striker.
This figure surpasses the amount invested in signing Lucas Hernandez in 2019 when Bayern paid the same amount to bring the player from Atletico Madrid. Bayern CEO Jan-Christian and technical director Marco Neppe are personally leading the German club’s pursuit.
They traveled to London with the aim of negotiating with Tottenham, but the previously planned meeting was postponed at the decision of the Spurs’ president. Despite Bayern having previously offered 70 million euros (approximately £60 million) for the striker’s transfer, the offer was rejected by Tottenham.
However, there is confidence that a higher proposal might convince the club to close the deal. The situation becomes even more intriguing since Harry Kane’s contract with Tottenham only extends until the end of the season. This means he could leave the club for free from that point onward.
Negotiations for Harry Kane
Bayern Munich is willing to act with determination to secure the striker’s signing and avoid a possible heated bidding war for his signature in the near future. Besides Bayern, Paris Saint-Germain has also shown interest in having Harry Kane, especially considering the possible departure of Mbappe from the French club.
However, reports from England and Germany suggest that the striker’s priority is to join Bayern Munich. Uli Hoeness, honorary president of the German club, recently stated that Kane has indicated to the Bavarians his decision to join the team.
While all these negotiations are ongoing, Harry Kane continues to train with Tottenham and participate in pre-season friendlies, despite the uncertainty about his future at the club. It remains to be seen how this story will unfold and what the outcome of this high-impact transfer saga in the European football market will be.