Harry Kane’s chances of staying at Tottenham just ’50/50′ as Spurs line up Brazil striker as replacement

HARRY KANE’s chances of staying at Tottenham have been rated as ’50/50′, according to reports.

Miguel Delaney reports in the Independent that Bayern Munich believe they have everything in place to complete a deal – apart from Daniel Levy’s approval.

GettyPedro is being lined up as Harry Kane’s replacement[/caption]

Kane has already agreed personal terms with Bayern according to the report – but there is no agreement over a fee.

This comes despite Bayern chiefs meeting with Daniel Levy in London last Thursday.

The report also says that Spurs have identified a Kane successor should he leave the club this summer.

26-year-old Brazilian striker Pedro tops the list of replacements – having helped his club Flamengo to a Copa Libertadores title.

The forward has played in Europe before for Fiorentina where he endured a tough spell – but has since resurrected his career in the Brazilian Serie A.

Pedro scored 26 and added four assists in his 35 appearances for Flamengo last season.

There is an understanding that if Kane were to leave this summer, Spurs would reinvest the money into multiple positions as they seek too mould their squad to Ange Postecoglou‘s style.

The club also admire Rasmus Hojlund – although Manchester United appear to have stolen a march on the Dane as they prepare to launch a bid imminently.


Bayern have so far had two bids worth up to £80million rejected as Spurs chairman Daniel Levy holds out for at least £100m.

The Spurs supremo remains unwilling to sell to an English club after batting away Manchester United’s interest earlier this summer.

Spurs kicked off their pre-season preparations with a 3-2 defeat to West Ham on yesterday.

Kane played the first 45 minutes of the game, starting alongside new signings Manor Solomon and James Maddison.

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