Harry Kane’s ‘preferred destination’ revealed as club ‘optimistic’ of signing Tottenham Hotspur skipper

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With Man Utd now believed to be out of the race to land the Spurs striker there are fresh reports linking him with a move further afield than the Premier League.

It is expected to be a busy summer at Tottenham Hotspur as new head coach Ange Postecoglou looks to strengthen the first team squad and improve the club’s fortunes from last season.

The former Celtic boss is expected to be active in the transfer window but the biggest ongoing story continues to be the future of captain Harry Kane. As the England striker enters the final year of his contract he is currently linked with some of the biggest clubs across the UK and Europe.

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Manchester United were thought to be the most likely destination for the 29-year old if he does leave North London in the next few months but the Old Trafford side appear to have moved on to other targets after failing to make progress on discussions over the past few weeks. With his future still up in the air, fresh reports have suggested that one club are “optimistic of striking a deal this window and that team are Kane’s ‘prefered destination’.

Per the Daily Mail, Bayern Munich are ‘optimistic’ about landing Harry Kane this summer after the England captain emerged as their top target in this window. The article also references Sky Sports reporter Florian Plettenberg who has said that the forward is edging closer to a move to the Bundesliga champions who have identified him as their top target.

Despite the clubs apparently believing a deal will be ‘difficult’ they are understood to be pushing forward after cooling their interest in Napoli’s Victor Osimhen. They also apparently believe they can secure the forward’s signature for a fee less than £86 million.

The crucial factor in all of this could very well be Kane himself with the same report also stating that Bayern is his ‘prefered destination’ if he leaves Spurs. The Bavarians are the current favourites with oddsmakers to sign him if he does depart while Real Madrid are also high up on the list.

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