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Tottenham Hotspur offer Harry Kane a massive contract to fend off Bayern Munich’s advances

Can Bayern keep up?

England v North Macedonia: Group C - UEFA EURO 2024 Qualifying Round
Kane himself is starting to feel exasperated by this saga
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Tottenham Hotspur are starting to feel the pressure as Bayern Munich continuously push for Harry Kane. In order to stop this, Spurs are about to offer a giant contract to Kane to get him to stay.

According to FootballInsider247, Kane currently earns £200,000 a week but the improved contract offer would significantly raise that and make him one of the Premier Leagues top earners.

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Bayern have thus far submitted two offers, with the latest one set to be shut down as Spurs cling onto Kane for dear life. Kane himself wants to move to Germany, and Spurs know this. We may have reduced Spurs chairman Daniel Levy into a madman who raised ticket prices as a way to stop Kane from bolting to Bavaria (or anywhere else in England for that matter). It can also be agreed upon that Bayern and Spurs fans hate Levy for his recent antics.

Kane might end up playing the waiting game and leave Spurs on a free in summer 2024, but Bayern can’t wait that long. We’ll see what happens next.

Can’t get enough transfer talk? Then why not check out our podcast? This week we have an in-depth discussion about Harry Kane including the financials of the deal, what Daniel Levy might accept, who Bayern Munich could sell to fund the move, the impending crisis at goalkeeper amid reports of Neuer’s delayed recovery, and more! Listen to it below or on Spotify.

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