Tottenham boss sends Manchester United and Bayern Munich warning as he prepares for crunch Kane talks

New Tottenham boss Ange Postecoglou has been speaking to the press and has highlighted the importance of keeping Harry Kane at the club.
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Tottenham are prepared to reject all offers for striker Harry Kane with a bid in the region of £100million the one fee thought to be entertained for the striker who will turn 30 later this month.

Kane’s future continues to dominate the headlines with both German side Bayern Munich and English giants Manchester United eyeing the striker.

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LondonWorld understands Tottenham do not intend to sell but will be forced to have a look if the fee is in the region of £100million fee. The risk is that Spurs chairman Daniel Levy risk losing the striker for free in the next 12 months, making his decision quite intriguing.

New Spurs manager Ange Postecoglou who has already said he is hoping to get the striker to score bags of goals has insisted that Kane will be at the club this season.

He told reporters in his first meeting with the English press: “I don’t think it’s my role to sit there and treat people in a manner because of their circumstances. I treat everyone the same. Harry is already an important figure in the history of this football club.

“But I need to know what he also wants and I want to introduce myself and my kind of football and get to know what his kind of football will also be.

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“I have not had insurance from the club and I don't seek insurance and that is not my nature just on what I know and what I know is that Harry is part of the squad and he will be back.”

Last season, Kane scored 30 Premier League goals despite Spurs having three managers by the time the campaign ended and a lowly eight-placed finish.

The England captain also became the club’s all-time scorer and that of England with Alan Shearer’s all-time goalscorer’s record within his touching distance.

There is a feeling that if Kane does leave the Premier League this summer, he’ll still be able to equal the record even in his mid 30’s.

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