The most recent offer for Harry Kane from Bayern Munich was rejected by Tottenham Hotspur. The offer from the German champions for the England captain was insufficient in terms of guaranteed money to convince Daniel Levy, the chairman of Spurs, to sell.
Following a week of negotiations between club officials, Bayern gave Spurs until Friday night to accept an upgraded offer for the productive 30-year-old forward.
Kane is valued differently by the two teams by about £25m, but it seems increasingly probable that he will complete the remainder of his contract at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
Levy was certain that only a proposal of £100m or more would facilitate the sale, and Bayern’s original offer of £60m plus add-ons for Kane was rejected early last month.
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