Tottenham reject €100 million offer for Harry Kane

Tottenham have rejected Bayern Munich’s latest €100 million offer for Harry Kane, with the striker’s future in jeopardy.

According to Fabrizio Romano, Daniel Levy has rejected Bayern Munich’s latest €100 million offer for Harry Kane. The decision will have ramifications on the striker’s future, with the German side now pondering whether to push on or withdraw from the race altogether.

After a week of promise for Bayern Munich, the Harry Kane saga took another turn. The Bundesliga champions had been confident of sealing the deal after positive talks with Tottenham supremo Daniel Levy during the week.

Some reports also stated Bayern had booked a medical for Kane, which showed the level of confidence in signing the 30-year-old striker. It’s a big dilemma for Levy ahead of a crucial week, which ends with the Premier League season kicking off.

Kane had made it clear he did not want to unbalance the squad and hinted at staying at the club if his future wasn’t resolved before the season began. There were murmurs about the 30-year-old considering signing a new contract based on how the team fared in the first few months under Ange Postecoglou.

Bayern Munich had lodged a €100 million offer for Harry Kane last week and had been waiting on Tottenham’s decision. Now, Levy has decided to turn the offer down and jeopardize the striker’s future. The reason stated pointed at a massive gap in valuations, which David Ornstein insisted was more than €30 million.

There are significant doubts on whether Kane will move clubs in the summer as Bayern ponder their next steps in this saga. They could withdraw from the race altogether or keep pushing to find an agreement. There are doubts about whether they want to make a higher bid. The latest €100 million offer for Harry Kane was considered their final proposal.

Kane remains open to both scenarios but would have preferred to join the Bavarians as it was a brilliant career opportunity. Meanwhile, Tottenham are about to risk a lot of money by rejecting the latest offer, as the 30-year-old has the ball in his court.

Kane could sign a new contract, but the chances of leaving on a free transfer are higher. He could also agree on a pre-contract with a foreign club in January or join a Premier League rival on a Bosman move next summer.

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