Harry Kane transfer saga: Bayern Munich £60m verbal offer rejected

Harry Kane of Tottenham celebrates scoring a goal

The Harry Kane transfer saga continued this week with news coming out of England claiming that both Bayern Munich and Manchester United have reportedly shown keen interest in signing the England striker. However, Tottenham Hotspur, Kane’s current club, appears to be playing hardball, showing a marked reluctance to sell him to a fellow Premier League rival.

According to various sources, including Goal.com, Kane has agreed to personal terms with Bayern Munich. This development comes despite the fact that the forward is entering the final year of his contract with Spurs. The Harry Kane transfer saga picked up more pace this week when Sky Sports reported on Tuesday that Bayern Munich had submitted a verbal offer of £60m plus add-ons for Kane. However, Tottenham immediately rejected this offer.

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Spurs’ viewpoint is clear: any bid will be rejected, as they do not want to sell Kane, who has one year remaining on his contract. The 29-year-old has previously hinted that he would likely wait to make a move abroad, and his desire to break Alan Shearer’s Premier League goals record is clear.

Despite the swirling rumours, Bayern Munich are yet to make an official bid. However, it is expected that Kane will cost around £100m (€116m/$127m) despite his contractual situation.

The Harry Kane transfer saga is far from over. Other clubs that have been mentioned as potential destinations for Kane include Chelsea, Real Madrid, Newcastle United, and Paris Saint-Germain. However, Manchester United remains the clear favourite to sign the England captain, and he has made it clear that he wants to join them.

As the Harry Kane transfer saga continues, one thing is clear: the striker’s future is still up in the air, and the next few weeks will be crucial in determining where he will be playing next season.

Stay tuned for more updates on the Harry Kane transfer saga.

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