Bayern Munich CEO Jan-Christian Dreesen met Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy over breakfast in London to discuss Harry Kane

Tottenham Chairman Daniel Levy had held talks with Bayern Munich CEO Thomas Müller over the transfer of Harry Kane to the Bundesliga.

No formal offer for the star was seemingly made, though, and it is claimed the two figures did not settle on an agreed fee.

The Tottenham all-time highest goal scorer reported to Tottenham Hotspur training ahead of the preseason match.

As it stands, Tottenham striker Harry Kane will board a plane to Asia to play against West Ham United before playing Championship side Leicester City in Thailand and then Singapore outfit Lion City Sailors.

Tottenham manager Ange Postecoglou admitted that he will be holding a face-to-face conversation with the striker to talk about his future.

The Bundesliga team is still adamant about signing the striker, even though Tottenham rejected a £60 million bid for Harry Kane.

Having failed to replace Robert Lewandowski 12 months after departing from the club. Thomas Tuchel is clamoring for a new striker before the beginning of the season.

The former Chelsea manager had made Harry Kane his priority, with the England striker having just 12 months on his contract.

Harry Kane wants to win trophies before the end of his career, and Bayern Munich is an attractive place to do so.

Daniel Levy still has hope that Harry Kane will sign a new deal that will make him stay at Tottenham until he breaks Alan Shearer’s Premier League all-time goal record.

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Manutd Transfer News Harry Kane

Manchester United have reportedly pulled out of the race to sign Harry Kane this summer. The England captain was at the top of Erik ten Hag’s wishlist, but the Red Devils have baulked at Tottenham’s asking price of £150m.

Kane has just one year left on his contract at Spurs, but chairman Daniel Levy is determined to keep hold of his star striker.

He is willing to run the risk of Kane leaving on a free transfer next summer, rather than sell him to a Premier League rival.

United are now looking at alternative strikers, with Victor Osimhen, Darwin Nunez and Dominic Calvert-Lewin all being linked. They are also interested in signing a midfielder and a right-back.

It is a blow for Ten Hag, who had identified Kane as the perfect striker to lead his new team. However, the Dutchman will now have to focus on other targets if he is to improve United’s attack.

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