Journalist Rudy Galetti has claimed that Tottenham Hotspur have told Bayern Munich that they would have to bid ‘at least £90m’ for Harry Kane for the offer to be seriously evaluated.
A couple of days ago, we relayed an update by Ben Jacobs, who said that Bayern are ready to test Tottenham’s resolve with an improved offer of £80m for Kane.MANCHESTER, ENGLAND – JUNE 19: Harry Kane of England acknowledges the fans following the UEFA EURO 2024 qualifying round group C match between England and North Macedonia at Old Trafford on June 19, 2023 in Manchester, England. (Photo by Eddie Keogh – The FA/The FA via Getty Images)
The journalist explained that Spurs are relaxed about the striker’s future and that Ange Postecolgou is expected to make it clear to the 29-year-old that he is an important part of his plans.
Meanwhile, Fabrizio Romano told CBS Sports Golazo on Monday that personal terms are not expected to be an issue, with Daniel Levy being the main roadblock for the transfer.He explained that the Spurs chairman is ready to fight to keep the England captain at N17.
Spurs would consider £90m bid for Harry Kane
Galetti has now also asserted that agreeing to personal terms with Kane would be straight-forward for Bayern, who are now readying an improved offer for the Tottenham man.
The journalist claimed that it would take an offer of £90m for Levy and co to seriously consider selling the centre-forward this summer.
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If it is true that there is only a difference of £10m in the two clubs’ valuations of Kane, then one would expect that to be ironed out over the coming weeks.
We will have a lot more clarity on this potential transfer once Postecoglou speaks to the 29-year-old over the coming days.
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