Everything you need to know about Harry Kane’s future with Tottenham Hotspur as Bayern Munich, Manchester United and Real Madrid all continue to be linked with a potential summer transfer
Harry Kane has continued to be linked with a move away from Tottenham Hotspur during the opening few weeks of the summer transfer window
Kane will be into the final 12 months of his current contract in N17 at the end of June, meaning, if he doesn’t agree on fresh terms before the summer of 2024, he would be available to leave for free. The prospect of their greatest asset leaving for nothing is certainly scary to Spurs supporters, who will be hoping that the England captain decided to stay put in north London.
But the likes of Bayern Munich, Real Madrid and Manchester United are all said to be keen to sign Kane so football.london has rounded up everything we know about his future with the Lillywhites below.But the likes of Bayern Munich, Real Madrid and Manchester United are all said to be keen to sign Kane so football.london has rounded up everything we know about his future with the Lillywhites below.
Transfer guru Ben Jacobs has claimed that Bayern are now ready to offer Spurs £80million for Kane, with the Lillywhites still adamant they will reject any bids they receive.
Writing on Twitter, Jacobs said: “Exclusive: Understand that Bayern are to test Daniel Levy’s resolve with an improved offer of around £80m all in for Harry Kane. Spurs position remains that they will reject any bids received.”
As per football.london’s Tottenham correspondent Alasdair Gold, Tottenham are continuing to make it very clear that they would immediately turn down any bid for Kane.Writing on Twitter, Gold said: “Spurs still making it very clear that they would immediately reject a bid for Harry Kane should they receive one.”
Bayern Munich have submitted a formal bid to Spurs for Kane, as per the Athletic.
It is claimed that the German giants’ offer is €70million (£60million) plus add-ons. Bayern are in the market for a new centre-forward, having not properly replaced Robert Lewandowski, who left for Barcelona last summer.
Real Madrid interest
Real Madrid lost their own first-choice centre-forward Karim Benzema this summer.
The Frenchman opted to join Saudi Arabian outfit Al-Ittihad on a mega-money contract. That leaves Los Blancos in the market for a new clinical frontman and Kane is said to be an option.
In fact, earlier this month, the BBC reported that the England captain was Real’s number-one option to replace Benzema. Since then, they have signed Joselu on a season-long loan from Espanyol but that hasn’t stopped rumours regarding a potential move for Spurs’ striker as well.
Man United decision
Manchester United are working under the belief that Tottenham won’t be selling Kane this summer, as per our sister title Manchester Evening News.