Tottenham transfer news: Bayern Munich ‘throw three sweeteners’ in £95m Harry Kane deal | Football | Sport


Bayern Munich are ready to throw the kitchen sink at Harry Kane – by reportedly offering the England striker a luxury Bavarian villa for his family. The England captain remains in limbo over his future and is yet to have clarity on whether he will be playing for Tottenham or Bayern when the new season kicks off next weekend.

For now, he is set to remain with Spurs but that could change in a flash if Bayern stump up the cash Daniel Levy desires.

According to the Sunday Mirror, Bayern are now pulling out all the stops to get a deal over the line.

The report claims Bayern have already sorted Kane a luxury mansion based in the millionaire’s enclave of Grunwald on the outskirts of Munich.

Kane’s wife Kate is already believed to have visited the city to make checks on international schools ahead of the move.

Furthermore, Bayern are also reportedly in talks with Kane’s inner circle about what number he wants to wear at the club.

They are also said to be reserving him a spot in their dressing room for his arrival.

Bayern are willing to pay £87million for the 30-year-old and would even be able to bolster that bid up by a further £8m in add-ons.

The Bavarians met face-to-face with Tottenham on Monday and are still doing everything within their means to bring Kane to Germany.

Daniel Levy is believed to have now gone on holiday to the USA, however, which could cause complications as he was leading negotiations from Tottenham’s side.

Kane is not expected to make a push for a transfer despite his desire to join Bayern.

He is prepared to run down his contract at Spurs if required to assess his options further down the line when over avenues could materialise.

Bayern had set Spurs a deadline of Friday evening to resolve negotiations but even though that has now passed – it’s said Bayern are still prepared to wait for a solution.

The Bundesliga champions play RB Leipzig in the DFL Supercup next weekend before travelling to Werder Bremen in their league opener on August 18.

Spurs, meanwhile, travel to Brentford on August 13 in their first official match under Ange Postecoglou.

Kane will be expected to lead the line for Tottenham and he is also due to participate in their friendly against Shakhtar Donetsk on Sunday in north London.

But unfortunately for Spurs, until the transfer window is closed, speculation will continue to dominate the headlines.

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