According to sources who spoke with 90min, Daniel Levy, the chairman of Tottenham Hotspur, met with Bayern Munich this week and discussed Harry Kane’s future among other things.
Jan-Christian Dreesen, the CEO of Bayern Munich, flew to London on Thursday to meet with Levy in person as they pursue Spurs captain Kane.
Kane is not for sale, according to Tottenham, who have had two offers from Bayern rejected outright.
According to Tottenham insiders, the discussion covered more than only Kane; it also touched on the England striker’s future. It is known that Levy did not set a price for Dreesen or propose or push him to accept any offers.
Despite Levy’s stance, it is still anticipated that Bayern would submit a third offer, which would be a club-record offer because the German powerhouses are confident Kane wants to come to the Allianz Arena.
Levy acknowledges and comprehends why Kane might be drawn to other teams, but 90min knows that he has made it clear to his captain’s camp that if he signs a new contract, they will give him one of the highest salaries in Europe and have also laid out a plan for him after his playing days are over.
Kane, for his part, has informed the team that he will join them on their preseason tour of Asia and the Pacific, and his agents are still in contact with other parties.
Kane returned to training this week and had his first encounter with Ange Postecoglou, the new Spurs manager, according to club insiders.