Even though the Bayern bosses met personally with Tottenham club boss Daniel Levy in London this week, there is still uncertainty as to what sum Spurs would let their top scorer go.
Recently, reports circulated that the Spurs up to 140 million. would demand euros. Uli Hoeneß once described such a sum as “completely gaga” for a player with a one-year remaining contract.
Tottenham will sell if Kane doesn’t renew – and that’s a safe bet
As the French “L’Equipe” reports, the financial pain threshold is 100 million pounds, around 116 million euros, a sum that has been read frequently in the past few days. However, it is much more interesting: According to the newspaper, Levy has made a fundamental decision with Kane: either the 29-year-old extends his expiring contract or he will be sold this summer.
This should have increased Bayern’s chances significantly. According to Uli Hoeneß, the England international “signaled very clearly in all discussions that his decision was made”. In plain language: Kane wants to switch to the German record champions. A contract extension at Tottenham is out of the question for the attacker.
Tottenham and Bayern are about 15 million euros apart at Kane
It is also clear that if Spurs were not considering a sale, they would not have even met with the Munich boss. The door for a Kane change is open, it’s ultimately about how much money Bayern wants to pay for the striker. According to reports, Bayern’s pain threshold is almost 100 million euros. The two clubs are about 15 million euros apart, a gap that needs to be closed in the upcoming talks.