Bayern only have a few days left to finalize the transfer of Harry Kane. As has now become known, a new round of negotiations between the two clubs is pending. In addition, Kane should not be part of the next Tottenham test.

While there has been (great) optimism on Säbener Strasse in the past few days that there will be a happy ending for FC Bayern in the Harry Kane exchange game, Bayern Munich suffered a setback yesterday, Monday.

According to consistent reports, Spurs have rejected FCB’s third offer. 95 million euros plus bonus payments are still not enough for Daniel Levy to let his top scorer go in the summer.

Talks continue to go well – Kane absent from Tottenham test

However, as “SPORT1” and “Sky” report, Bayern do not want to give up. Accordingly, those responsible are considering improving their offer again. Appropriately, the “tz” reported that a new round of negotiations between the two clubs was scheduled in a timely manner. Kane himself is pushing for an agreement by next Sunday and has given both clubs a deadline until the Premier League opener on August 13th.

It is interesting: Even if Tottenham rejected the latest Bayern offer, the talks between Tottenham and Munich are “fruitful”, as “tz” claims to have learned. According to the newspaper, the sticking point in the negotiations is the amount of the overall package and not individual components. According to English media reports, Levy remains stubborn about the transfer and insists on 100 million pounds, the equivalent of around 117 million euros.

Kane himself has been in agreement with FC Bayern for weeks

The England international is also said to be absent from Tottenham’s next test at FC Barcelona tonight. However, according to “Bild” information, this should have nothing to do with the Bayern negotiations. Coach Ante Postecoglu leaves several players at home who were already used at the weekend (5:1 against Donetsk).

FC Bayern has been in agreement with Kane himself for weeks. The 30-year-old has a 4- to 5-year contract with the German record champions. In addition, according to “The Athletic”, he could earn up to 30 million euros in Munich.

Von Vjekoslav Keskic


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