Check Out “Tottenham will reject Harry Kane proposals.” This is despite claims that Bayern Munich are prepared to make another offer, possibly around 68 million pounds, for the player.

If Tottenham do not accept any of the bids for the striker, who is 30 years old and in the final year of his current contract, the club runs the risk of losing him on a free transfer the following summer.

And the player who holds the record for most goals scored for the club has been told by a Bayern great that moving to Germany would be an incredible adventure.

In an interview with talkSPORT, Bastian Schweinsteiger offered his explanation, saying, “I think that it would be a great fit for him as well.”

“He has to ask himself if he wants to win a league, a title in his life as a football player – you know, a championship or a Champions League,” the coach said. “If he does, then he needs to make a decision.”

“I am aware that he is the type of person who enjoys having his family and friends close by, and I believe that Munich is the ideal location for that. You are fortunate to have such a lovely neighborhood available to you and your family, in which everyone may feel secure while they raise their children.

“Also, the experience abroad that I had when I went to Man United helped me a lot, and I grew as a person as well. Of course, as a football player, he’d have a very good team around him and a very good coach, so there’s a lot of things speaking for him in his favor,” the player said. “There’s a lot of things that are speaking for him in his favor.”

Tottenham Will Reject Harry Kane Proposals
Tottenham Will Reject Harry Kane Proposals

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Leicester City has confirmed a new off-the-field addition as they continue their summer makeover.

Willy Caballero, a former goalkeeper for Manchester City, has been hired as an assistant manager at the King Power stadium, where Enzo Maresca is the new head coach.

He will be working alongside head coach Danny Walker, goalkeeper coach Michele De Bernardin, strength and conditioning coach Marcos Alvarez, and analyst Javier Molina Caballero.

His playing career, which included stops at Chelsea and Southampton in recent years, has come to an end as a result of this decision.