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Thomas Tuchel explains the current state of affairs

Thomas Tuchel explains the current state of affairs

IAccording to Bayern Munich coach Thomas Tuchel, there is still no final agreement on the transfer issue of Harry Kane. “We’re working hard on it,” the record German soccer champion’s coach said in a press conference on Friday. “So far, there is no resolution and no agreement.” At the moment, Kane is “not our player,” Tuchel said the day before the Super Cup against RB Leipzig (Saturday, 8:45pm on Sky and Sat1) when looking at Munich’s potential tactical compatibility with a player Kane was asked.

However, the club are working “under high pressure, with the highest priority” to replace the 30-year-old, who is said to complete a medical in Munich on Friday. “We are trying to get the England captain out of England, and that says it all,” said Tuchel, describing the complexity and importance of the required transfer to Bayern Munich. “It’s practical,” Tuchel said. Whether Tottenham striker Kane might be there against RB Leipzig is “open-ended”. There are “many subjunctive moods”. Instead, his job is to “pay and support the players that we have”.

Tottenham coach: “The deal is imminent”

After a medical as the last hurdle of a multi-million-euro change, Kane, whose contract with Tottenham Hotspur expires in the summer of 2024, must next sign a four-year high-paying contract with Bayern Munich. According to various media reports, the transfer fee is over €100 million; No footballer has ever been paid more in the history of the Bundesliga.

Meanwhile, Tottenham boss Aji Postecoglou no longer made plans with Kane and agreed with the striker’s move to Bayern Munich. I heard a deal is imminent. I have not received a message from anyone that Harry’s decision has changed. “Hopefully we’ll get confirmation in the next few hours,” the 57-year-old football boss said on Friday at a press conference ahead of Tottenham’s start in the Premier League. Tottenham play at Brentford on Sunday.

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