The transfer of Bayern's dream striker Harry Kane could fail because of Tottenham Hotspur's no.
As the British "Sun" reports with reference to sources close to the club, the Premier League club is more likely to let the English national team captain go on a free transfer in the coming year than to agree to a change to the German record champions in the summer.
The "Bild" had previously reported that Kane (29) had agreed on a transfer with FC Bayern. According to "Sun" and the pay TV broadcaster Sky, the Spurs are said to have rejected an initial offer. According to this, club president Daniel Levi still hopes to be able to convince Kane of a new contract offer. Kane's contract expires next season, then he would be a free transfer.
As the portal "The Athletic" had previously reported, the Munich team submitted an initial offer of 70 million euros plus bonus payments. Spurs boss Levy is said to be speculating on a fee of at least 100 million euros in the event of a transfer. Bayern, on the other hand, want to stay well below this sum.
Kane is apparently Munich's number one transfer target for the vacant position in attack. Bayern coach Thomas Tuchel wanted to get Kane in 2021 when he was still a coach at Chelsea. Manchester United are also said to be interested in the attacker. Real Madrid have also shown interest in Kane in recent weeks.