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£600,000-a-week: Staggering Tottenham player details revealed


Bayern Munich executives are flying into the UK on Friday morning for talks with Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy about the transfer of Harry Kane, sources have told Football Insider.

Spurs have returned to London following the end of their pre-season tour and are heading straight into sit-down negotiations Bayern chief executive Jan-Christian Dreesen and the technical director Marco Neppe.

The pair have not travelled on Bayern’s pre-season tour of Asia so that they can try to finalise a deal for Kane with Levy, who is increasingly willing to cash in on the club talisman rather than lose him for nothing next year.

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The face-to-face talks are evidence of that, with Bayern willing to increase their previous offers to secure an agreement.

They could also agree to Tottenham’s desire for a buy-back clause to be inserted into any potential agreement, and that could help satisfy a section of the London club’s supporters.

The German giants are also confident they could sign Kane, who celebrates his 30th birthday on Friday, in January when he can sign a pre-contract agreement with an overseas club prior to a transfer in the summer of 2024.

 

Football Insider revealed on Tuesday (25 July) that the 29-year-old will be sold this summer if he doesn’t sign a new contract with Spurs.

Tottenham have offered the striker a new contract which would not only improve his current £200,000-per-week wages but also make him one of the Premier League’s top earners – but are yet to seal an agreement.

It is believed Kane wants an astonishing £600,000-a-week to complete a move from the club where he has spent his entire career.

Tottenham are believed to be holding out for a fee of £100million for Kane although Bayern’s two formal offers have so far been well below that.

Football Insider revealed on Monday (24 July) that Man United is the England skipper’s preferred destination – but the forward recognises negotiations are likely to be difficult with Spurs reluctant to sell to a Premier League rival.

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Football Insider revealed that Bayern are preparing to submit a third bid worth closer to £100m after seeing two offers rejected.

The England captain has been training with Tottenham during their pre-season preparations and played 45 minutes during a friendly with West Ham last week (18 July)

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