Harry Kane ‘tells Bayern he wants a transfer’ but the club boss’s outburst of anger could cost them the deal with the Spurs forward

According to Uli Hoeneß, HARRY KANE has vowed to join Bayern Munich.

The Bayern boss last night claimed that transfer target No. 1 Kane wants to leave Spurs this summer as they are absent from European competition.

Harry Kane's contract at Tottenham has one year left


Harry Kane’s contract at Tottenham has one year leftPhoto credit: Getty

SunSport revealed on Friday that Bayern had sent a delegation to London for talks with Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy, who has insisted the star striker is not for sale.

According to reports from Germany, bids worth £60m and £70m for Munich have been rejected.

Hoeneß now asked Spurs to name their price.

He said: “Harry Kane has signaled very clearly that his decision has been made. If he keeps his word, we will sign him.

“Tottenham have to give up, we have to ask a price from Levy. Karl-Heinz Rummenigge speaks to him regularly.”

Hoeneß added to German free-to-air TV broadcaster Sport1: “Harry Kane now wants to play in European competitions.

“Tottenham won’t be there next season, we will be there.

“He has another chance to join a top European club. What we really liked about Harry Kane are his agents, his father, his brother – they are very nice people.”


Tottenham chief executive Levy has denied receiving any formal offers for Kane.

Spurs are ready to pay him a massive raise to £400,000 a week to convince him to sign a new contract.

Kane’s contract expires next year, at which point he could leave on a free transfer and choose from several clubs.

But Bayern, who are also interested in Manchester City’s Kyle Walker, appear determined to keep pushing to sign the 29-year-old this summer.

Spurs are unlikely to consider selling Kane for less than £100m and Hoeneß’s outburst may well have pushed the asking price even higher.

Kane and the rest of Ange Postecoglou’s Tottenham squad landed in Perth at the start of the club’s pre-season tour.

The England captain guided his Spurs team-mates away from the flight as they landed in Australia ahead of their first friendly against West Ham on Tuesday.

This trip sees Tottenham’s new Australian manager Postecoglou return to his home country.

Son Heung-min arrived Down Under before the rest of his clubmates. And he filled the time with a solo training session at the WACA cricket ground.

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Spurs, meanwhile, are looking to sign Denmark centre-back Joachim Andersen from Crystal Palace. The Eagles are set to ask around £50m for the 27-year-old.

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Kane and Co have arrived in Australia


Kane and Co have arrived in AustraliaPhoto credit: Rex


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