Although Kane and Bayern have had cordial discussions about moving to the Bundesliga champions this summer.
A deal for the forward may take longer than either party anticipates.
According to football transfer specialist Fabrizio Romano, Tottenham would reject Bayern Munich’s second offer for Harry Kane since it did not meet the club’s estimation of the English attacker.
Goal says that the Bavarians have increased their bid to €80 million for the 29-year-old forward in an effort to lure him to the Allianz Arena this summer.
Harry Kane will not be purchased for a fixed price of €80 million by Tottenham.
According to sources close to Spurs, Bayern won’t be able to complete the transaction with this sum.
In order to move this deal forward, Bayern wants to insist on getting Kane.
Kane, whose contract at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium expires in 2024 and who has yet to win a single title with the club, is Bayern Munich’s top transfer target this summer.
Daniel Levy, the chairman of Tottenham, is anticipated to remain steadfast in his demand for a minimum of £100 million for Harry Kane and will accept nothing less for the striker.
If Tottenham does not receive a bid that fits Levy’s appraisal of the 29-year-old England forward, they run the risk of losing their all-time leading scorer for free in a year.
Earlier, Sports Brief claimed that Harry Kane, a forward for Tottenham, had expressed his opinion about his former club, Bayern Munich, hiring him.
Despite interest from his previous club Bayern Munich, Schweinsteiger thinks Kane won’t leave Tottenham this summer.
The striker’s future has not been guaranteed, according to Spurs manager Ange Postecoglou.
After Antonio Conte was fired in March, Postecoglou was introduced as the new head coach of the Spurs last month.
The 57-year-old, who last season helped Celtic win the domestic triple, is attempting to bring home Spurs’ first title since 2008.