Tottenham face ‘crunch Kane talks’ as Bayern bosses fly in amid £80m bid for star man

Tottenham now have a massive decision to make on Kane with Bayern Munich bosses flying into town to hold talks.
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German giants Bayern Munich are now ready to throw the kitchen sink at Harry Kane with boss Thomas Tuchel making the England striker his prime transfer target for the summer.

Kane as always, has remained professional throughout the summer and was with Tottenham in their tour of Asia that saw them hold games in Australia, Thailand and Singapore. The Tottenham record goalscorer is however calm as he knows even in the case he stays in north London this summer, he’ll be able to walk away as a free agent next year.

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Bayern are looking to cut their losses on Sadio Mane and re-invest the cash on Kane who ultimately is seen as the striker that the club needs to replace the departed Robert Lewandowski.

The Telegraph is reporting that Bayern bosses are readying a deal that will see them propose a bid in the region of £80million for Kane. The 30-year-old is in the final 12 months of his contract with the Lilywhites.

Spurs are backing new manager Ange Postecoglou to enjoy a special season that will ultimately convince Kane to follow in the footsteps of Ledley King and ultimately stay at Spurs all his career, but that is a massive risk given he could turn down the chance and Spurs could lose around £80million if they were to turn down Bayern’s offer now.

Two seasons ago, Manchester City saw a bid in the region of £100million turned down while Manchester United have reluctantly had to look elsewhere due to chairman Daniel Levy’s stands on not wanting to sell at any price.

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Today will be a massive week given Bayern have now shown their wallet, and on a wider scale- Tottenham will be quite keen on selling to a team abroad than to a Premier League rival. Ironically, today is Kane’s 30th birthday.

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