Harry Kane and Bayern Munich transfer saga takes a new turn as the German champions have met Tottenham Hotspurs chairman Daniel Levy, to discuss talks about Kane’s potential move to Bayern, as this news has been circulating in the transfer market since a long time. German newspaper ‘Bild’ has reported this exciting news about the meeting between the two sides.
Bayern Munich meets Daniel Levy over a potential move of Harry Kane
The transfer market of this season has been going gaga over the last few weeks. Whirlwind transfers all around the world, with several top stars like Messi, Busquets, Hakim Ziyech, Kante switching their allegiance to other continents like North America and Asia respectively, to other talents switching over to their league arch rivals like Mason Mount joining Manchester United and Kai Havertz joining Arsenal. There could be one more addition to the whirlwind transfer list as England and Tottenham Hotspurs striker Harry Kane might join German champions Bayern Munich, as talks between two parties might lead to a conclusion in the coming days.
Third time is the charm?
Bayern has already been rejected by the English club when they had submitted two formal proposals for the England international, with the second bid exceeding a hefty 65 million euros. But, it seems, club chairman Daniel Levy does not want to let go of his favorite star, as Kane has been one of the legends of English football, and is also on the top scorers chart, where he is 47 goals shy of former English legend Alan Shearer. His immaculate passing and world-class finishing would be the most talked about in the English league.
Spurs have previously confirmed that Kane is not for sale, and only a prodigal fee of more than 120 million euros would suffice his transfer, and are still standing firm on their stance of not letting Kane depart. But, if they manage to keep him for one more season, when his contract expires in June next year, they would lose him to a Premier League rival as Manchester United is keeping an eye on his situation.
The “Lilywhites” have decided to offer Kane a humongous amount which will make him the highest paid player in the English top flight, as their main task this season would be to convince the English captain to stay for one more season. But, the trophy drought in Spurs could force him to jet out of the North London side as his aim would be to lift several silverwares, one which he can achieve if he shifts to Bayern.