Meanwhile, determined not to lose their talismanic striker, Tottenham are believed to be preparing a new contract for Kane worth £400,000 a week (Telegraph).
According to the latest from sources at Football Insider, a new offer is heading Tottenham’s way soon, most likely when the club is done with its tour of Australasia.
The Bundesliga giants are now “increasingly confident” Kane will sign for them, and believe they have “a firm verbal agreement” in place with the 29-year-old.
Tottenham are expected to hold out for £100m before parting ways with Kane, and while it remains to be seen if Bayern will match that valuation, it is thought the transfer “is likely to now exceed” the £85m Real Madrid paid for Gareth Bale in 2013.
Apparently, the Bayern camp are in “regular dialogue” with Kane’s people, and are now confident a deal can be “finalised early next month.”
Spurs Web Opinion
Part of me wishes Bayern would just hurry up and offer £100m and get this whole thing over with.
We are going to have to move quickly to find a replacement for Kane if the worst-case scenario does happen, so hopefully Spurs are already working on that