Tottenham Hotspur Rejected Bayern Munich's €70-Million Bid for Harry Kane, Insisting That He Is Not for Sale

Tottenham Hotspur Rejected Bayern Munich’s €70-Million Bid for Harry Kane, Insisting That He Is Not for Sale

After blocking Harry Kane from moving to fellow English Premier League club Manchester United, Tottenham Hotspur chairman Daniel Levy decided to reject German Bundesliga 1 powerhouse Bayern Munich’s €70-Million bid for the prolific striker, insisting that the 29-year-old England national team captain is not for sale and vowing that the trophyless Spurs will be winning titles in the coming season.

Kane, who turns 30 next month, has a contract with Tottenham Hotspur until the end of the 2023/2024 campaign. Should Spurs continue to deny any offers (Like Bayern’s €70-million bid) for the English forward and no extension is signed during the course of the season, he could leave the club as a free agent July next year.

Spurs Demanded More Than a €70-Million Bid, Asking for at Least €100 Million

It is understand that Tottenham Hotpur declined Manchester United’s offer due to Levy’s unwillingness to sell his priced striker to a Premier League rival, and the London club rejected the €70-million bid from Bayern as its believes that Harry Kane, alongside his magnificent goalscoring abilities, is worth at least €100 million. Although such a hefty price tag is commonly seen in British players, it would be almost impossible for any clubs in the world to pay Spurs for Kane with that crazy amount of money that is larger than a €70-million bid, considering his age and fitness level.

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Manchester United, Bayern Munich and Real Madrid Are Perfect Destinations for Harry Kane

The Walthamstow-born star foward, who made his senior debut for Tottenham back in 2009, has scored a total of 280 goals in 435 appearances in all competitions, in which 213 tallies from the staggering total were registered in the Premier League, making him one of only three players to reach that incredible feat in the celebrated league, with the other two being former England strikers Alan Shearer and Wayne Rooney.

These amazing figures are sufficient to convince clubs such as Manchester United, Bayern Munich and Real Madrid to race against each other for Kane’s signature, who is now confirmed worth more than just a €70-million bid. Based on last season’s performance, it is an open secret that these three traditional European giants require services from a better-skilled and versatile no. 9 if they were to recapture domestic league titles or the UEFA Champions League.

According to reliable sources, Harry Kane has a personal preference to move away from England and seek challenges elsewhere in Europe. His preferred option among the three major football clubs mentioned above is Bayern Munich, who apparently cannot rely solely on 34-year-old Cameroonian national team forward Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting to contribute at the attacking end every matchday. Therefore, it would be up to the 33-time German league champion to improve its €70-million bid if it wants Kane in the squad next season.

Spurs Signed James Maddison and Guglielmo Vicario

Whether Bayern Munich is willing to up its game to more than just a €70-million bid for the England captain will be a million-dollar question this summer transfer window, but Tottenham Hotspur chairman Levy is seemingly not only talking the talk to help his deadly striker win major accolades next season. Unlike previous off-seasons, the 61-year-old English businessman has been working actively in the market to bring key additions to newly-appointed head coach Ange Postecoglou’s team this time around, with ex-Leicester City midfielder James Maddison and former Empoli goalkeeper Guglielmo Vicario already penned a deal to move to Spurs this week.

The 26-year-old midfielder Maddison had recently completed his move to Spurs from the now-relegated Leicester City, and his presence will be significant in convincing Harry Kane to stay, as the duo is no stranger to each other, having trained and played together during their time with the England national team.

As for another 26-year-old Vicario, he made his professional debut for Italian Serie A club Udinese back in the 2014/2015 Season and played for six different clubs during his career as a football player before striking a deal to represent Spurs next season. His arrival could mean the end of long-time serving goalkeeper Hugo Lloris’ Premier League career, as the French star is wanted by clubs in the Saudi Pro League.


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Is Harry Kane Worth More Than a €70-Million Bid?

Do you think Harry Kane should retire a Spur and go on to break more goalscoring records in the Premier League, or do you think it is time for him to seek challenges in a different club? Tell us also how much do you think the England striker is worth, is it more than a €70-million bid or lesser?

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