Harry Kane’s Tottenham Hotspur future still undecided

Kane could still end up at the German Champions, but the possibility of the forward staying at Spurs remains

It has been a busy transfer window so far at Tottenham Hotspur. The Lilywhites have so far signed three players, whilst two loanees have recently made their stay at the club a permanent one. The three players to join the club as of the time of writing are: James Maddison from Leicester City, goalkeeper Guglielmo Vicario from Empoli and Manor Solomon on a free transfer from Ukraine’s Shakhtar Donetsk.

There has been speculation around outgoings at THFC, but none more significant than that of Harry Kane’s potential departure after almost 20 years at the club. Spurs’ all-time leading goal scorer has been linked with a big-money move to German Champions Bayern Munich, who, if rumours are to be believed, have had a long-standing interest in signing the forward.

The Bavarians have been searching for a new talisman upfront after losing star forward Robert Lewandowski to Spanish Giants FC Barcelona on 16th July 2022.

According to a report from SportsMole, Bayern’s latest offer for Kane, thought to be worth £85 million, has been rejected by the Lilywhites, with any offer below £100 million thought to be unacceptable for the club and its Chairman Daniel Levy, who will, of course, want to stop one of his star players departing.

The Bundesliga Champions are thought to have a strong desire to continue in their efforts of signing Kane and want to pay approximately £90 million instead. Whilst possible, it may be very difficult for Spurs to budge on their valuation, meaning the possibility of Kane remaining in North London is most certainly possible. Still, speculation seems set to continue for a while longer yet.

Bayern CEO Jan-Christian Dreesen and technical director Marco Neppe are rumoured to have met with Levy on Monday. Still, discussions seemingly did not progress, with the report of the Bavarian’s second offer being rejected.

Manchester United and French Champions Paris Saint-Germain have previously been credited with an interest in Harry Kane, but Bayern looks to be the most likely destination for the England international should he leave the Lilywhites this summer.

The forward has broken many records with Spurs and England. Not only is he Spurs’ top scorer, he is also England’s all-time leading scorer after beating Wayne Rooney’s record with his goal against Italy earlier this year. He is also second in the Premier League’s all-time scoring charts, with only Alan Shearer ahead of him with 260 compared to Kane’s 213.

Beating Shearer’s record is bound to be an exciting prospect, but the strong chance that Bayern have of winning the Bundesliga title is attractive, as is the club’s chances of going far in this season’s Champions League.

Harry Kane’s future at Tottenham Hotspur is very much still up in the air, but he is still possibly staying at the club, which ought to provide comfort for the Spurs faithful.

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