“Critical time” Munich to hold direct talks with Levy in London over Kane transfer, ‘offer €100m’

Harry Kane’s future could soon be decided.

European soccer transfer expert Fabrizio Romano took to social media on Monday (January 31) to report that “it’s a crucial time for the Kane deal. Bayern Munich officials are preparing to meet with Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy in London to hold direct talks with the club.”

Romano went on to predict that “Bayern will bid a package above the €80 million they offered last time,” adding that Bayern Munich president Jupp Heynckes had said, “We respect Mr. Levy as a professional.”

Florian Plettenberg, who is familiar with the club, also posted a video on social media, saying: “Munich technical director Marco Neppe has arrived at the airport. So is CEO Jan-Christian Driesen. Munich’s top brass on the verge of meeting Levy today.”

“Kane’s move will be the biggest transfer from England to Germany since Kevin Keegan moved from Liverpool to Hamburg in 1977,” the UK’s Daily Mail reported.

“Kane’s targets will be the Bundesliga and the UEFA Champions League,” it added, “Munich are on a mission to repeat their 2020 treble success. Kane will be at the center of that,” he emphasized, effectively accepting Kane’s arrival in Munich.

It is doubtful that Levy will sell Kane to Munich. The Bavarians have made two previous offers. They were both rejected in spectacular fashion. The Bavarians made their first offer of €70 million, then upped the ante to €80 million with an option to buy. Once again, Tottenham’s answer was “no.”

It will be interesting to see if Munich, who have a face-to-face meeting with Levy, will offer €100 million. Levy has reportedly set a minimum price of €100 million (approximately KRW 140.8 billion) for Kane.

Levy has no intention of selling Kane. However, owner Joe Louis has personally instructed Levy to sell Kane this summer if he is unable to re-sign him. It would be best to sell him for the highest possible price, as it would be difficult to re-sign him.

Munich wanted Kane as a replacement for Robert Lewandowski (Barcelona) ahead of last season, and after the signing of Sadio Mane failed to make an impact, the demand for Kane became even greater.

Kane is also looking for a move. He finished second in the league with 30 goals last season, behind Elling Holland (Manchester City), who scored 36. He is on track to surpass Jimmy Greaves (266) to become Tottenham’s all-time goalscorer (280), and is on track to become the Premier League’s all-time goalscorer (260) with 213.

His former club, Tottenham, hasn’t won the League Cup since the 2007-2008 season. This could be enough to convince Kane to leave Tottenham and win a title. 파워볼

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