Bayern Munich Fix ‘Call-off Date’ For Harry Kane Deal After Final Offer! [Details]

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Bayern Munich are now set to bow out of the race to sign Harry Kane from Tottenham if no deal is agreed soon, MySportDab reports

According to Sky Germany, the Bundesliga giants have tabled a final offer for Harry Kane worth £86m and have issued an ultimatum to Tottenham to either accept that final offer or they will call off talks and negotiations for the player.

The report says Bayern Munich have given Tottenham next week before the Premier League campaign start to decide whether to accept that offer or not.

Should they accept the deal, both parties will finalize the deal but if they reject the offer again Bayern Munich are ready to call off talks and look elsewhere for other forwards.

The move by Bayern Munich follows the recent talks and negotiations between officials of the two clubs.

Recall Bayern Munich had flown into London for talks with Daniel Levy in what was seen as a last push to sign Harry Kane.

Tottenham are still holding on to their £100m valuation for Harry Kane but sources close to the London club have revealed a deal can still be struck if Bayern Munich could offer as much as £86m as transfer fee, excluding add-ons which could likely drag the total value of the deal close to £100m.

Harry Kane

However, Bayern Munich are not willing to further improve the final £86m which includes add-ons and are willing to exit talks for the player if a deal is not agreed by next week before the Premier League starts.

This means Harry Kane may likely see through his remaining one year at Tottenham and then leave on a free transfer next summer as he is yet to agree to contract renewal with the club and is reportedly eager to secure a move away from the club.

There were reports Kane is ready to fill the £20m gap between Bayern Munich’s offer and the £100m demanded by Tottenham as he seeks to push through a move but such report is yet to be confirmed.

As things stand, it is left for Tottenham to take a decision or whether to accept the last and let Kane leave or reject the offer and keep Kane for the final year of his contract.

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