As previously reported, Tottenham have rejected Bayern Munich’s most recent offer for Harry Kane. It is believed that the Rekordmeister had submitted an offer worth over €100m for the England international, who is in the final year of his contract with Spurs.
However, while that offer was considered the final approach that Bayern would make for Kane, there have been reports that the German champions will make one final effort to sign their number one target. As reported by Fabrizio Romano, the 30-year-old wants a decision on his future made by the end of the week.
Once Tottenham begin their Premier League campaign away at Brentford on Sunday, Kane’s future will be known. This means that Bayern will have to act quickly and appropriately if they are to secure Kane’s services.
As reported by Florian Plettenberg, Bayern will make their move either today or tomorrow, where an improved offer of €110m plus add-ons will more than likely be made. If this final move is snubbed by Spurs, then the pursuit of Harry Kane will have to wait until either January or next season.
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