As reported by Florian Plettenberg, Bayern Munich bosses have flown to London today in order to get a deal over the line for Tottenham striker Harry Kane.
It is understood that CEO Jan-Christian Dreesen and technical director Marco Neppe are the two representatives that travelled to England for a meeting with Daniel Levy. There had been reports that this meeting was scheduled for Friday, however, Levy had to cancel and reschedule for the beginning of this week.
The last few days have seen negotiations improve between the two clubs which has ultimately put the Rekordmeister in a favourable position. Therefore, Bayern are now far more advanced in this deal than they were a few weeks ago while the relationship with Levy has only improved.
There is hope in the Bayern camp that they can finalise the signing of the Tottenham captain by the end of the week with the Bundesliga campaign fast approaching. As for Kane, the 30-year-old is just waiting for an agreement between the two clubs as personal terms have already been confirmed.
Bayern are willing to spend €100m for their number one target and a deal should be all but guaranteed after Spurs owner Joe Lewis informed Levy to sell their star player with Kane refusing to sign a new deal. While the Rekordmeister will be hoping to save as much money as they can, a deal for the England international has never looked so assured.
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