Bayern Munich has made their final bid for Harry Kane and is now waiting for a response from Tottenham. The German champions are ready to move on and explore other targets if Spurs drag their heels in response. Bayern’s offer for the 30-year-old is worth more than 100 million euros (£86.24 million) plus add-ons. As of Friday evening, Tottenham had not responded to the offer. Kane wants his future settled before Tottenham’s first Premier League game on August 13 at Brentford.
Harry Kane | Bayern Munich finalize bid for Tottenham and England striker
Kane’s contract expires next summer, and Spurs fear losing a top goalscorer on a free transfer to a Premier League opponent if they keep him beyond the current transfer window. He refuses to sign a new deal with Tottenham this summer, preferring to join Bayern over other interested parties, notably French champions Paris Saint-Germain. Trade might happen fast if the Spurs accept the offer. Kane could make almost £11 million net annually throughout a five-year contract.
This will be divided into base salary, number of games played, and bonuses. Tottenham’s all-time leading scorer has not ruled out a future return to the Premier League. Kane scored 30 Premier League goals last season for Spurs, who finished ninth and missed out on European football, while they have not won a trophy since 2008.
Kane is Tottenham’s all-time leading scorer, with 280 goals in 435 matches since his debut in December 2011. He has 213 goals in 320 Premier League games and is 48 goals short of breaking Alan Shearer’s scoring record.