Read Up “Harry Kane’s Bayern Munich transfer has changed again.” The meeting between the chiefs from the Bavarian side and the chairman of the Spurs, Daniel Levy, was scheduled to take place today, but it has been postponed.

On Monday, Levy is going to have a conversation regarding the England captain with the CEO of the German club, Jan-Christian Dreesen, and the technical director, Marco Neppe.

Bayern Munich has had two offers for Tottenham’s all-time leading scorer turned down, but they are preparing a third offer for the player they consider to be their main priority.

Harry Kane's Bayern Munich Transfer Has Changed Again
Harry Kane’s Bayern Munich Transfer Has Changed Again

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Michail Antonio, a forward for West Ham, appears to be leaving Al Ettifaq.

The Saudi Pro League club headed by Steven Gerrard was rumored to be interested in acquiring the services of the talented Jamaican player.

It is understood that discussions on a potential relocation outside of east London took place earlier this week.

However, as reported by Daily Mail, this transfer will not take place at this time.

Bayern Munich has several top transfer targets, including David de Gea and David Raya in addition to Harry Kane.

It is possible that the Bavarian giants will have to get by without Manuel Neuer for the first few weeks of the new Bundesliga season.

After suffering a leg injury while skiing in December of 2017, the 37-year-old was replaced by Yann Sommer for the previous season.

According to The Times, Bayern Munich is reportedly looking into new possibilities as a result of the impending transfer of Swiss star Sommer to Inter Milan. The club’s wishlist includes two players from Spain.

After finishing his career at Old Trafford for a total of 12 years, De Gea is now a free agent after his departure from Manchester United. This makes him an appealing prospect for teams in Germany.

In the meantime, Raya was unable to complete a transfer to Tottenham during the summer because to the high transfer fee, therefore he is currently available on the market and might be signed by Brentford if the appropriate deal comes along.