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Report: Bayern Munich has €100 million spending limit on bid for Tottenham Hotspur’s Harry Kane

Will Bayern Munich offer enough to convince Daniel Levy to let Harry Kane walk?

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What kind of price can be placed on the importance of truly replacing Robert Lewandowski at Bayern Munich?

According to Tz journalist Philipp Kessler, the answer is €100 million. The German media member issued a report (as captured by @iMiaSanMia) that indicates that the Bavarians had a limit of €100 million on their bid for Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane. If Spurs chief executive Daniel Levy wants more, a deal might fall through:

The limit of what Bayern are willing to spend for Harry Kane is around €100m, though they’re hoping to reach an agreement with Tottenham for less than that. Bayern’s hope lies on Daniel Levy preferring to sell Kane abroad rather than to a Premier League rival.

Rightfully, Tottenham Hotspur will be reluctant to sell Kane for under €100 million or to a Premier League club. Ultimately, though, this could come down to a discussion between Kane and Levy.

Surely, Tottenham Hotspur will do everything in its power (and its bank account) to help ensure that Kane stays in England. However, the 29-year-old might want to give it a go abroad in hopes of winning the silverware that has eluded him for years now.

Can a nine-figure proposal from Bayern Munich get the job done?

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