Bayern Munich order Tottenham to make Harry Kane transfer decision TONIGHT after submitting fresh £86m bid | The Sun

BAYERN MUNICH have submitted one final £86million bid for Harry Kane and demanded Tottenham reply by midnight TONIGHT.

The German giants want a deal resolved by the end of this week – and their new offer surpasses the £100million asking price, once a further £17million in add-ons are included.

Bayern and Kane are now waiting for Spurs chairman Daniel Levy to make the final call on his star player.

The striker is into the final 12 months of his contract in North London and Levy risks losing the club's greatest ever goalscorer for nothing next summer should he dig his heels in.

The England captain has no intention of signing a new deal at this stage and could also discuss a pre-contract with overseas clubs from January.

Bayern chief Thomas Tuchel is keen for a deal to be wrapped up quickly and club directors met with Levy in London on Monday for further talks.


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The Bundesliga champions are believed to have offered £81.7m bid earlier this week.

Now The Telegraph and Sky Sports Germany say Bayern have launched an improved bid – £86m plus bonuses.

Incredibly, they are insisting Spurs make their decision by midnight on Friday or they will move on to other options.

A host of clubs, including Manchester United, have been linked with a move for 30-year-old Kane.

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However, Old Trafford manager Erik ten Hag instead moved for Rasmus Hojlund, who's set to be unveiled on Saturday following a £72m move from Atalanta.

And now Bayern could switch attention to other big names such as Victor Osimhen.

Tottenham are believed to still be chasing around £100m for Kane.

Monday's talks ended in deadlock but the Telegraph claim Bayern chiefs were buoyed by the fact Levy was willing to meet – suggesting his stance on Kane departing has softened.


Should the hitman not leave North London this summer, it's thought he will see out the final year of his deal and leave on a free.

However, it has been claimed both clubs remain "confident" a deal can be done before the September 1 deadline.

Bayern plan to offer Kane a five-year contract.

A deal for Tottenham's all-time top scorer would shatter Bayern's previous transfer record – which is is the £70m they paid Atletico Madrid for Lucas Hernandez in 2019.

Kane is understood to have held talks with manager Thomas Tuchel with regards to a possible move.

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His wife Katie was also reportedly in Munich looking for a house last month as the move edges closer.

Spurs have been linked with a host of potential replacements for Kane and are now said to be looking at £13m-rated Argentinian youngster Alejo Veliz.

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