Tottenham have reacted to the ultimatum issued by Bayern Munich on Harry Kane, MySportDab reports.
Bayern Munich have been on the chase of Harry Kane as a prime transfer target this summer but have met the hardline negotiating stance of Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy.
After having two bids for Harry Kane rejected, the Bundesliga giants submitted a final bid of £86m for Kane, issuing an ultimatum to the London club to take a decision on the offer as they were ready to call off talks if the final bid is not accepted.
Bayern Munich gave Tottenham 24 hours which expired yesterday to take a decision on the final bid.
According to Daily Mail, Tottenham have reacted to the ultimatum issued by the Bavarians.
Tottenham Chairman Daniel Levy has reportedly ignored the ultimatum and has flown to the US.
This means Harry Kane may likely run out his contract at Tottenham and leave on a free transfer next summer.
MySportDab understand Bayern Munich are not ready to table a third offer for the player and are ready to move on with other transfer targets following the deadlock on Harry Kane.
The Bundesliga champions are reportedly eyeing a move for Juventus Dusan Vlahovic as an alternative striker for the Harry Kane but they will likely face competition with PSG who are also interested in the forward.
Tottenham want £100m for Harry Kane while Bayern Munich could only go as far as £86m for the player.
With the both sides now unable to reach an agreement for the player, it is understood Harry Kane will stay at Tottenham Hotspur for next season.
However, he is still open to a move away from the club but some Tottenham officials reportedly believe progress under new manager Ange Postecoglou could force Kane to actually change his stand and renew his contract.