Munich ‘not empty-handed’ after meeting Tottenham → Kane signing even more certain “3rd offer unconditionally successful”
German club Bayern Munich are confident of signing Harry Kane, 30, from Tottenham.
“Munich are confident of signing Kane after talks with Tottenham,” British soccer publication 90MIN reported on Monday (Aug. 1), adding that “the Bavarians believe the next offer will be successful.”
Munich and Tottenham met in London earlier this week to discuss a move for Kane. Munich CEO Jan Christian Dresden and president Marco Neppe flew to London on a private jet, but no agreement was reached, only a mutual understanding of the transfer fee. “Munich’s offer is £25 million short of Tottenham’s asking price,” said David Onstein of the UK’s Athletic on January 1. In the end, Munich seemed to walk away empty-handed.
However, the truth seems to be different. According to reports, Munich will prepare and present a third offer that Tottenham will have no choice but to accept. The Bavarians have made two bids for Kane this summer, both of which were rejected. Their last bid was for €80 million. It is important for the two clubs to close the gap on the transfer fee they are willing to pay, and with this meeting, Tottenham will know what they are asking for, and Munich will likely match it. “Munich left the meeting confident that Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy will allow them to sell Kane in their next offer,” explained 90MIN.
The Bavarians are a club with the financial wherewithal to make a big move at any time, and they’re willing to sell off non-performing resources to pay for Kane. They’ve already sold key forward Sadio Mane to Saudi Arabia’s Al Nasr. Munich reportedly earned €30 million in transfer fees from Mane’s move. They are already able to match Tottenham’s asking price. In addition, Marcel Xavier joined Dortmund and Alexander Nubel donned the colors of Stuttgart. Ryan Gravenbergh, Benjamin Pavard, and Jan Zomer are also resources that could leave the team. They could be sold to raise money. This is why Munich is confident of signing Kane.
Tottenham can’t just shrug off Munich’s offer. Kane’s contract expires next summer. Tottenham have offered him a new contract with a £400,000-a-week salary that would double his current wages. However, Kane has not accepted the offer. With only one year left on Kane’s contract, Tottenham have become quite impatient. If they can’t re-sign him, they’ll have to sell him this summer in order to get a transfer fee.
That’s why it’s believed Munich’s offer won’t be too far off Tottenham’s asking price.
Munich are in desperate need of a world-class striker. They have yet to fill that void since Robert Lewandowski (Barcelona) left the club. Last season, Munich scored 92 goals, the most in the league, and won the league title. They were led by Sergi Gnabry with 14 goals and Jamal Moussaouiallah with 12 goals and 10 assists. However, they’re flankers and midfielders. Moreover, they were the “back-of-the-zone follicles” that exploded in the German league. In Moussaoui’s case, he started nine Champions League games and didn’t score a single goal. In the end, Munich was eliminated by Man City (England) in the quarterfinals of the competition.메이저사이트
Kane wants a move. He has lost patience with Tottenham’s continued struggles. Tottenham’s last trophy was the 2008 League Cup. Kane has only been in the first team since 2010. He hasn’t won a single trophy during his time at Spurs. Even last season, Spurs finished eighth in the league. Kane is also approaching his 30s, so there’s no time to waste. He needs to go to a big club to increase his chances of winning.
In the case of Munich, they are the unbeatable team in Germany. They”ve won the league title for 11 consecutive seasons, starting in 2012-2013. This summer, they added the likes of Konrad Reimer and Raphael Guerreiro, as well as the ‘monster’ Kim Min-Jae. They have the power to challenge for the top spot in Europe next season. Kane was also reportedly attracted to Munich’s proactive approach. “Munich have agreed personal terms with the England captain,” said the British Bisacre. Germany’s Bild also reported that “Munich and Kane have reached an agreement in principle on a transfer this summer. All that remains is for Munich and Tottenham to agree.”