Harry Kane ‘to REJECT all new contract offers from Tottenham with England captain set on Bayern Munich transfer’

HARRY KANE won’t accept any new contract offers from Tottenham and is instead keen on moving to Bayern Munich.

Kane has entered the final year of his deal with Spurs, who refuse to sell him for less than £100million and are hoping to tie him down to a new agreement that would increase his £300,000-per-week wages.

Tottenham superstar Harry Kane won’t accept new contract offers from the clubRex

Kane is keen on a move to Bayern Munich this summer if Tottenham decide to sell himRex

According to The Times, however, the striker has no intention of penning another contract with the North Londoners and will leave as a free agent next June if the club doesn’t sell him this summer.

The England captain is not planning to push for an exit like he did in 2021 when Manchester City showed interest.

Sources close to the player claim all options are still on the table and that he would consider a move if Tottenham do not wish to risk him entering the season without putting pen to paper on a new deal.

Chairman Daniel Levy will have to decide whether to cash in now to avoid losing his record goalscorer for free or hold on to him and hope he leads the team to Champions League qualification.

Bayern have had two bids turned down for Kane, who turns 30 next week, with their latest offer worth £68.5m plus add-ons.

Tottenham could use an improved bid by the German champions to reinforce Ange Postecoglou‘s side after a poor season that saw them finishing eighth in the Premier League table.

However, Kane would also enhance the team’s hopes of a Champions League spot next season as a fifth-placed finish could suffice ahead of the 2024-2025 campaign thanks to planned reforms.

If Tottenham make it to Europe’s elite competition then that would lead to a £60m windfall that would significantly ease the blow of losing the England record goalscorer for free.


That would count as profit for the club as the 29-year-old came through the academy and thus cost them nothing.

If Kane leaves then Postecoglou would have to count either on Son Heung-min who had a tough campaign or Richarlison who has only managed three goals.

The Australian tactician may also have to sign an elite striker, which could take a long time.

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