Bayern Munich made the last offer for the scout of Harry Kane (30, Tottenham Hotspur).
German media ‘Sport Bild’ said on the 6th (Korean time), “Bayern Munich proposed a record transfer fee to Tottenham. In addition, the deadline for receiving the final answer was also specified.” Bayern Munich offered a basic transfer fee of 99.55 million euros (approximately 143.3 billion won) to sign Kane. The total amount, including a significant amount of options, is known to exceed 115.8 million euros (approximately 166.6 billion won).
It’s like an ultimatum.토토사이트 The amount offered by Bayern Munich is the highest transfer fee in the club’s history. That’s why he was so eager to recruit Kane and made the best possible offer. Bayern Munich, who made enough effort, asked Tottenham for an answer by the weekend. It was initially reported that the deadline was passed on the 4th, but Bayern Munich postponed it until the weekend and hopes for a positive answer from Tottenham.
It is the will to recruit Gearco Kane. Bayern Munich is trying to piece the final puzzle through Kane. With the departure of Roberto Lewandowski to Barcelona last year, the upfront became their only weakness. Kane is doing his best in negotiations because he can fill the void left by Lewandowski.
During the week, Bayern Munich even headed to London with a negotiating team composed of high-ranking CEO Jan-Christian Dresen and director Marco Nefe. Through this, Tottenham also confirmed the ransom price of Kane. In the meantime, Bayern Munich has offered Tottenham a transfer fee twice. Bayern Munich, who presented 70 million euros (approximately 100.7 billion won) as the first proposal, raised it to 80 million euros (approximately 115.1 billion won), but all were rejected.
Tottenham wanted 125 million euros (approximately 179.9 billion won). In addition, it was news that Tottenham is trying to insert a buyback clause to enable recruitment later if desired. Bayern Munich, who confirmed the gap, made the last offer to resolve this. Including the option, it seems that Tottenham has raised the amount they want.
The problem is Tottenham’s willingness to negotiate. While Bayern Munich gave a deadline until the weekend, Chairman Daniel Levy headed to the United States. It is said that he decided to spend time in Miami, and the door to Kane negotiations is virtually closed. There are rumors that he went to the United States to meet Joe Louis, the owner of Tottenham, so we still have to wait. However, the fact that Chairman Levy headed to the United States in the midst of Bayern Munich’s ultimatum can also be seen as deciding Kane’s course of action.
In general, there is also a weight on Kane’s retention. Kane also hopes that his future will be completed as soon as possible. Earlier, Kane implied that he would remain at Tottenham if he could not transfer by the time the English Premier League kicked off in the 2023-24 season. In fact, if this weekend is over, it would be beneficial for Kane to remain at Tottenham and prepare for the new season.
Of course Kane wants to win. Bayern Munich is the best destination to quench the hatred of the title that was not achieved while playing for Tottenham. Bayern Munich shines with the most Bundesliga titles (32 times) and has recently won 11 consecutive titles. There is no rival in Germany.
He seems to be an unchanging favorite in the European competition. Bayern Munich is one of the most prestigious clubs in Europe, winning six times in the UEFA Champions League. In particular, in the 2019-20 season, it also achieved the best performance of achieving the treble (simultaneous championship of the league + cup competition + Champions League). There is a high possibility of a treble by building good power this season.
Bayern Munich is trying to piece the final puzzle through Kane. With the departure of Roberto Lewandowski to Barcelona last year, the upfront became their only weakness. Kane is doing his best in negotiations because he can fill the void left by Lewandowski. Given the ultimatum, this weekend seems to be the biggest watershed.
Bayern Munich are exhausted. It seems that he is tired of Chairman Levy, who is a master of negotiation. The British media ‘Cut Offside’ said, “Bayern Munich feels frustrated that President Levy holds Kane’s fate.”