SON partner to KIM colleague… but ‘no re-signing’ observed

Posted Posted onJuly 21, 2023 Comments0

Future sensation Harry Kane (29-Tottenham) is set to leave for Bayern Munich without signing new contract papers. With Tottenham preparing a club-record wage bill, Kane wants to win trophies, not money.

“Kane is not expected to sign a new contract with Tottenham,” British publication The Times reported on Tuesday (June 20). He hopes to leave for Bayern Munich if a transfer fee can be agreed.” “That doesn’t mean he won’t pursue a move this summer,” he added.

Having bolstered their defense with the signing of Kim Min-jae, the Bavarians are now looking to fill the “final key” position of frontline striker with Kane. Last season, Robert Lewandowski (34-Barcelona) filled the shoes of Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting (34), but this summer Thomas Tuchel (49-Germany) wants to bring in a more established striker. However, negotiations with chairman Daniel Levy (61, England) are proving difficult.

Tottenham and Bayern Munich are in a tug-of-war for Kane. Spurs, under new manager Enze Postecoglou (57-Australia), want to keep him, but Kane, who hasn’t won a title in his career, wants to join Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich. Tottenham are planning to offer £400,000-a-week to change Kane’s mind, but his heart is set on ‘trophies’.카지노

“Tottenham want £100 million ($164.1 million) for Kane and want it in one lump sum,” The Times added. Even for a big club like Bayern Munich, £100 million is a lot of money. Given that Bayern Munich’s club record is €80 million for Luca Hernandez (27-Paris Saint-Germain), it’s hard to imagine them giving in to Levy’s demands. What’s more, a lump sum payment, rather than installments, would make a deal even more difficult.

If Spurs have to let Kane go, they’ll want to get the highest possible transfer fee and move quickly to find a replacement. Dusan Blahovic (23-Juventus), Jonathan David (23-LOSC Lille), and Randal Kolo Moani (24-Frankfurt) are the most likely candidates. Still, Levy’s top priority is to keep Kane.

Harry Kane is the club’s all-time leading scorer with 279 goals for Tottenham, including 30 in the Premier League last season, but despite a stellar personal career, he has yet to win any trophies and is desperate to do so. Joining Bayern Munich is a great opportunity for him to lift a trophy.


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