Harry Kane could sensationally SNUB Bayern Munich transfer despite Tottenham finally accepting bid

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HARRY KANE could REJECT Bayern Munich and decide to stay at Tottenham despite Spurs FINALLY accepting the Germans’ latest bid, according to reports.

The Lilywhites had turned down THREE offers from the Bundesliga champions as Kane set a deadline of Sunday for his future to be resolved – when Ange Postecoglou‘s men kick off their Premier League campaign away at Brentford.

Harry Kane could yet decided against moving to Bayern MunichGetty

But today it was reported Tottenham had agreed a fee from Bayern consisting of around £94.5million.

Personal terms are already said to have been settled with the England captain, 30.

Now Kane has to decide whether he stays at Spurs and sees out the remainder of his contract – which expires next summer – or if he leaves for Germany.

The Telegraph understands that Bayern and manager Thomas Tuchel remain confident the striker wants to join the six-time European champions.

However, the same report states there is “doubt” about him approving the transfer given the saga has rumbled on until the eve of the new season.

Earlier this week, it was claimed the Three Lions skipper was “leaning towards staying” in North London.

And Kane will not consider leaving Tottenham once their Premier League campaign is underway.

It is also claimed the situation is a “complex deal and might not be concluded quickly”.


Bayern are set to argue that the hold up in negotiations was not their fault as they gave Spurs a deadline of last Friday to respond to their third bid.

This was ignored by Tottenham chief Daniel Levy, before Bayern made yet another offer which was accepted.

Meanwhile, Kane has already built up a strong relationship with new boss Postecoglou and is believed to be enjoying working under the Australian, 57.

The Bayern deal would see him earn £21.6m per year – which works out as £415,000 per week.

That’s nearly double the £200,000-a-week he’s on at Spurs.

Kane is the Lilywhites’ all-time top scorer with 280 goals in 435 appearances.

He is also just 47 goals short of Alan Shearer’s record Premier League tally of 260.

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