Tottenham Hotspur have accepted an improved offer from Bayern Munich for Harry Kane, leaving the decision in the hands of the player himself. While the personal terms for the move have been agreed upon, Kane had been leaning towards staying, as his greatest ambition is believed to be joining Manchester United. However, Manchester United’s hierarchy has not engaged in discussions with Daniel Levy, leaving Bayern free to negotiate a deal with Tottenham. It is understood that Spurs will receive an upfront payment of over £80m, with the total deal potentially reaching over £110m through achievable clauses. Levy has remained firm in his stance from the beginning.
Throughout the summer, the Kane camp had given indications to Bayern that they were willing to make a move. This creates a last-minute tension as the player decides whether he truly wants to leave the Premier League. Despite entering the final year of his contract at Spurs, Kane has focused on his performance and scored four goals in a friendly win over Shakhtar Donetsk. His professionalism has been praised by teammate Dejan Kulusevski, who set up Kane’s hat-trick goal. Kulusevski admires Kane’s mentality and considers him a true professional.
While Kulusevski is happy to have helped Kane score, he expresses the team’s desire for him to stay. They will do everything they can to persuade him to remain at the club. The decision now lies with Kane, who has the opportunity to join Bayern Munich or continue his career at Tottenham Hotspur.