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Sky Sports reporter lashes Daniel Levy over Harry Kane transfer while live on-air

German football reporter Florian Plettenberg took aim at Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy over the Harry Kane transfer saga while live on-air.

Bayern Munich is anxious to get Kane before the season begins, despite Spurs rejecting an offer worth more than €100 million for the England captain.

If the transfer had gone through, Bayern would have paid a club-record amount, but Thomas Tuchel’s side will now have to start over.

Kane will not play in Tottenham’s friendly against Barcelona on Monday, but Sky Sports reports that he is delighted at the club and working under new boss Ange Postecoglou.

They go on to say that Kane’s stay at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium is now more likely, however Bayern are not given up.

Sky Sports reporter blasts Levy over Harry Kane move

Plettenberg, who works for Sky Sports Germany, has been covering the Kane transfer saga from Bayern’s perspective, with the Bundesliga champions needing a new striker.

With the deal still not complete, however, Plettenberg has got restless – and even addressed Levy himself while live on-air.

He said: “Daniel Levy, if you see this, finally accept the offer so that the transfer gets done!

“It’s not progressing and it’s getting annoying. It even annoys me.”

Plettenberg’s pleas will likely be ignored, however, with Levy understandably keen to keep hold of Spurs’ prized asset.

According to the Daily Mail, the chairman snubbed Bayern Munich’s deadline for accepting their latest Kane bid and travelled to the United States. The offer was later turned down.

Kane’s contract at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium expires next year, which means Spurs must find a solution to the situation before the transfer window shuts.

One resolution could be to persuade the 30-year-old to sign a new deal in north London, which would be a huge boost for incoming manager Postecoglou.

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