Read Up “Harry Kane is still wanted by Bayern Munich.” Thomas Tuchel has placed a high priority on signing the Tottenham striker as his top transfer target.

The Telegraph reports that executives from Bayern Munich have traveled to London to meet with representatives from Spurs discussing a potential transfer for Kane.

It has been reported that the Bundesliga winners are willing to pay as much as 86 million British pounds to acquire the England captain.

Due to the fact that Kane has just one year left on his contract, Tottenham is eager to maintain hold of the center forward, but they are aware that they will be able to lose him for free the following year.

Harry Kane Is Still Wanted By Bayern Munich
Harry Kane Is Still Wanted By Bayern Munich

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Brighton turned down Chelsea’s £80 million proposal for midfielder Moises Caicedo.

This summer, the Ecuador international will be playing for the Blues at Stamford Bridge, as the club has made it their aim to bring him there.

According to a report by an Italian journalist named Fabrizio Romano, the most recent offer made by the Blues is for £80 million.

However, that was immediately rejected since the Seagulls are steadfast in their demand for £100 million.

The previous offer from Chelsea was for £70 million.


Executives from Bayern Munich are taking a flight to London to continue discussions with Tottenham about acquiring Harry Kane.

Following the team’s return to London from their preseason trip, according to The Daily Telegraph, the German powerhouses are prepared to step up their chase of the England striker.

Additionally, it has been claimed that Daniel Levy will meet with Bayern CEO Jan-Christian Dreesen and technical director Marco Neppe for fresh talks.

The pair have remained in Germany while the defending Bundesliga winners travel to Asia for their preseason tour, particularly to attempt and finalize a deal for Harry Kane.

Bayern has made two offers for Tottenham’s talisman striker so far, but the German club is persistent and desperate to sign him this summer. The player, who turns 30 tomorrow, is rumored to have agreed to personal terms.