Bayern Munich board set to meet Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy over Harry Kane transfer

As per Fabrizio Romano, Bayern Munich’s board are set to meet with Tottenham Chairman Daniel Levy over the potential transfer of Harry Kane.

It is understood that the meeting is scheduled to take place on Friday, with the Bundesliga champions prepared to improve their previous €80m plus add-ons bid for the England captain, which was rejected by the North London side.

Furthermore, Matt Law of The Telegraph has also reported that Thomas Tuchel’s side are ready to ‘ramp up’ their pursuit of the striker with a possible offer of €100m. Meanwhile Paris-Saint-Germain are also said to be keen on the move, should talks between Bayern and Spurs collapse.

With further talks now set to take place, it is believed that Levy would demand a higher fee than the initial €80m bid, if he were to consider letting the 29-year-old depart this year, despite his current contract set to expire next summer.

Spurs’ all-time top scorer comes off the back of an impressive season for The Lilywhites, where he made49 appearances in all competitions, scoring 32 goals and providing five assists. Despite Kane’s efforts for his boyhood side however, they only managed an eight place finish in the Premier League last year, their worst finish since the 2008/09 season- meaning they will be without any form of European football for the first time in over a decade.

Whether it be with their star striker or without him, new manager Ange Postecolgou, and his new signings James Maddison, Manor Solomon, and Guglielmo Vicario, will have their first game at The North London side on Sunday August 13 where they will travel to the Gtech community stadium to face Thomas Frank’s Brentford.

Travis Levison | Get Football

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