The Daily Mail reports that Bayern Munich is preparing a new offer of £70 million for Tottenham striker Harry Kane.
Despite the Bundesliga champions’ initial bid of £56 million falling short of Spurs’ valuation, they are willing to improve their proposal. However, it remains uncertain if chairman Daniel Levy will be persuaded to sell his star player, even with an increased offer.
Kane, a Tottenham legend and one of the top strikers globally, has yet to win a major trophy at 29 years old but that could change quickly if he joined Bayern. If he remains at Spurs, it appears unlikely that this will change, prompting him to consider a move to another club in search of silverware before the end of his career.
In 2021, Kane expressed his desire to join Manchester City, but the club failed to meet Levy’s high asking price. With only one year left on his contract, Tottenham may be compelled to accept a bid or risk losing Kane on a free transfer in 2024.
Kane is currently uncertain as Tottenham prepares for their pre-season tour of Australia, Thailand, and Singapore, which is scheduled to begin on Friday.