DANIEL LEVY is reportedly fuming with Bayern Munich for talking to Harry Kane behind his back.
According to reports in Germany, the Tottenham chairman wants to “bleed” the Bundesliga side to sell this star striker.
To Levy’s disapproval, Kane is believed to have agreed personal terms with the German outfit.
Bayern have seen a bid of £60million rejected for the England international.
And the report claims that if the club were to convince Spurs to sell this summer, then they would have to offer much more.
BLID states that Bayern will have to offer upwards of £100m to seal a move.
Considering Kane is in the last year of his contract in North London, the fee would prove to be quite high as he would be a free agent next summer.
The report also suggests that Levy will block a move to Bayern due to the club’s “transfer misconduct”.
Former Bayern technical director Michael Reschke recently told Confidential that Kane should be the club’s priority signing this summer.
He said: “Kane is one of the top three number nines in the world with Haaland and Mbappe.
“If he joins Bayern he gives them a much greater chance of winning the Champions League.
“That is the reason Bayern are fighting for him. Bayern can’t compete in bidding wars for the top players but they are still alluring to some if they show conviction.”
However, despite the prospect of him being able to leave for nothing next summer, Tottenham have now been tipped to hang on to their talisman at least until January.
He said: “If he stays they will probably want to sell him for £10m in January or something just to get something back for him.
“If somebody is willing to pay £80m or £90m [this summer] for a nearly 30-year-old striker, I would bite the hand off them.”
And Tottenham and United legend Teddy Sheringham believes Kane would turn the Red Devils into a different animal if he signed.
He said: “If Harry Kane were to join United, then of course it would make them a better team and would bridge that gap between where they are at the moment and competing for the Premier League title next season.
“United are close – they’ve already won the League Cup. If you add Harry Kane to that team, suddenly it starts to look like a different animal.”
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