According to information from the TV broadcaster Sky, Bayern Munich wants to make a fourth offer in transfer poker with Tottenham Hotspur for desired striker Harry Kane by Wednesday at the latest.
This should therefore be in the range of 110 million euros including possible bonus payments. The Bayern bosses are aware that time is of the essence. According to media reports, the top scorer wants to have clarity before the start of the Premier League next weekend.
Kane was not in the squad for the London friendly at FC Barcelona. But that doesn't necessarily have to have anything to do with transfer poker. Tottenham coach Ange Postecoglou did without several players who were already in action against Shakhtar Donetsk (5-1) on Sunday.
The media had previously said that Kane wants a decision on his future in transfer poker later this week. The newspaper "Evening Standard" even wrote that Kane tends not to move to Munich this summer. The goalscorer is impressed by the philosophy of the new coach Postecoglou and enjoys training with the Greek-born Australian.
Tottenham demand higher base fee
If FC Bayern and Kane's previous football club Tottenham cannot reach an agreement this week, Kane will initially put a change on hold, the English newspaper "The Telegraph" previously reported. According to reports, the Munich team was recently rebuffed with their record offer of over 100 million euros.
According to information from Sport1, the Premier League club requires a higher base fee. Tottenham are said to be demanding £100m (€116m) for their goalscorer. The portal "The Athletic" wrote that the two clubs were around 25 million pounds (29 million euros) apart in their ideas about the transfer fee for the 30-year-old England national team captain.
Right-back Kyle Walker, also considered a candidate for a move to Munich, is said to have received an improved offer for a new contract from his club Manchester City. As the portal "The Athletic" and the Italian transfer expert Fabrizio Romano wrote on Tuesday, the 33-year-old tends to stay with the club of former Bayern coach Pep Guardiola. The Englishman is therefore about to extend his contract in Manchester