Mercato: Harry Kane agrees with Bayern Munich
While Bayern Munich sent Tottenham a first formal offer on Tuesday, the German club has already reached an agreement in principle with Harry Kane, according to the German press.
The Harry Kane dossier is gathering pace. On Tuesday, we learned that Tottenham had turned down a first formal offer from Bayern Munich for the 29-year-old English striker. An offer of €70m plus bonuses, according to The Athletic.
According to German media outlet Bild, <a href=/news/mercato-tottenham-demands-eur100m-from-bayern-for-kane>Tottenham is demanding €100 million from Bayern for Harry Kane, who has just one year left on his contract, and is therefore not closing the door on a move to the Bundesliga. The German tabloid also reports that Bayern Munich have already reached an agreement in principle with Harry Kane's father and brother, who are managing his interests.
Bayern and Harry Kane have reached an agreement in principle on a transfer for this summer. the family of Kane (father and Brother) conducted the negotations. The prerequisite for the transfer is now: an agreement with Tottenham @BILD_Sport— Christian Falk (@cfbayern) June 27, 2023
Bayern Munich are therefore halfway there - no mean feat given the competition in this dossier - and will now have to reach an agreement with Spurs. Earlier today, Sky Sports reported that Bayern Munich were "prepared to pay whatever it takes" to sign Harry Kane.