For Bayern Munich, signing the England striker remains the top priority. The club’s management wants to fill the gap in the center of the storm with a first-class player, a year after the departure of striker Robert Lewandowski. Bayern coach Thomas Tuchel is said to have personally visited Kane in London to persuade him to change. According to media reports, everything is clear between the Bundesliga club and Kane, and the 29-year-old is said to want to join Bayern Munich.
The biggest problem in Kane’s transfer poker game is Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy, who doesn’t want to let his top scorer go. There are indications of a difficult hanging game. According to reports, the German record holder will have to pay at least €100 million for Levy to capitulate. Honorary Chairman Uli Hoeneß recently described a conversion in the three-digit range as conceivable.
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