Bayern Munich 'close' to signing a contract with Harry Kane

It is widely known that Tottenham owner Daniel Levy is a tough negotiator

by Sead Dedovic
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Bayern Munich 'close' to signing a contract with Harry Kane

Bayern Munchen wanted to complete the transfer by the end of July, but Spurs rejected several offers. Final negotiations have now begun between Bayern and the other parties. The negotiations are expected to move forward tomorrow, when there will be "key hours" of talks, after which everything will be clear.

Manchester United expressed interest in Kane earlier this year, but the transfer did not take place. This summer, a year before his contract expired, Harry Kane, one of the best strikers ever in the Premier League, decided to leave Tottenham.

Harry Kane and Bayern Munchen

Kane was chosen as Bayern's striker this summer after the club searched all summer for a striker. He is also expected to win trophies in Munich that he hasn't won before. It is widely known that Tottenham owner Daniel Levy is a tough negotiator, and he will try to extract as much money as possible from Bayern, which is why he does not want to agree so easily, although it is obvious that he will accept the Bavarians' offer sooner rather than later.

The German club was ready to spend around 80 million euros, but it is not enough for Tottenham. If in the end the clubs can come to an agreement, Bayern's transfer record will be broken. Currently, Lucas Hernandez holds the record after moving from Atletico Madrid for 80 million in 2019.

It is believed that Spurs are asking for more than that. Bayern Munich had a big problem last season, since they lacked a real striker who could make a significant difference in the game. There is no doubt that Harry Kane is one of the best strikers in Europe at the moment.

Regardless of who eventually signs him to their team, they will be able to count on a player who is capable of scoring 20+ goals during the season. It will be interesting to see if Kane ends up in Germany or if things take a complete turn for him.

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