Bayern Munich bosses ‘will travel to London TODAY to talk to Daniel Levy about Harry Kane’, after the Tottenham president called off negotiations last week at short notice.
- Bayern Munich bosses travel to London today to discuss Harry Kane
- The Bundesliga side are ready to sit down and negotiate with Spurs’ Daniel Levy
- Tottenham expect the German club to make a third offer for the England captain
Bayern Munich bosses will travel to London today for crucial talks with Tottenham’s Daniel Levy over the signing of Harry Kane, according to a new report.
The two parties were scheduled to meet on Friday but the deal was called off at short notice by the Spurs chairman, and now Sky in Germany reveal the deal will be discussed today.
Kane has just one year left on his current contract with Spurs and the club expects a third offer from the Bundesliga side in the coming days, with Bayern set to give the England captain a four-year deal.
Bayern chief executive Jan-Christian Dreesen and manager Marco Neppe are believed to be leading the negotiations, with Levy holding the Spurs fort.
Last week Bayern president Herbert Hainer they publicly stated their keen interest in bringing in Kane, where he would play Thomas Tuchel in the manager’s first full campaign on the touchline.
Bayern Munich bosses fly to London to discuss the signing of Harry Kane from Tottenham
Daniel Levy has been told to sell Kane this summer, rather than let him go for free
The representatives of the German giants were due to arrive on Friday, before Levy canceled
Tuchel wants a center forward as his top priority, with star striker Sadio Mane closing in on a £25m move to Saudi Pro League side Al-Nassr.
Tottenham are expected to retain £100m for their all-time top scorer.
French defender Lucas Hernández is Bayern’s record transfer to date, costing £68m to sign from Atlético Madrid.
Thomas Tuchel’s top priority is a center forward ahead of his first full season as Bayern manager.
Last Friday morning, Bayern officials were ready to charter a private plane from Oberpfaffenhofen to the English capital, before returning later that evening.
However, eagle-eyed users of flight tracking websites noticed the change of plans, which was due to a change of plans on Levy’s part.
Despite last week’s change in arrangements, talks are not believed to have collapsed as Monday’s talk is set to lay out a clearer path to Kane’s future, be it with Spurs or the Bundesliga. .
Levy has just returned from Tottenham’s tour of Australia and South East Asia but has reportedly been told to make sure he sells Kane this summer before letting him walk away for free 12 months from now.