Tottenham Plans to Hold Onto Star Striker Harry Kane, Reject Bayern Munich’s Second Offer
Tottenham Hotspur is set to strike down Bayern Munich’s second bid of €80 Million for Harry Kane after initially offering €70 Million. The star striker has 12 months on his contract and will not be signing any new deal anytime soon.
Though regarded as one of the best goal scorers, Kane has not been his best with Tottenham. In March, he had said the club should be winning trophies. The 29-year-old is desperate for honors, having won nothing during his one-club career.
Reports say Kane is keen on Bayern and may have already agreed personal terms with the Bundesliga champions. Rumors are floating that the star striker has held face-to-face talks with Bayern Munich’s head coach Thomas Tuchel.
But Tottenham wants him to stay and have also offered him a new contract, which will see his £200,000-a-week wages increase. But sources close to Kane say he has no intention of signing the new deal, particularly with the transfer window still open.
Daniel Levy, Spurs Chairman, wants to keep Kane. He believes the new contract can persuade the player that his long-term future lies with Tottenham, his boyhood club. But only time will tell whether Spurs are able to retain Kane or let him go.