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“Tempted” – Sky Sports man shares intriguing Spurs transfer claim involving Levy

Spurs: Levy may sell Kane if £100m offer lands

Will Bayern give up after Spurs rejected their latest offer?


Tottenham Hotspur have rejected Bayern Munich’s massive €100 million (£85 million) bid for star striker Harry Kane and will reject any additional bids that do not exceed £100 million, according to Sky Sports reporter Kaveh Solhekol.

Is Harry Kane leaving Tottenham Hotspur?

Kane to Bayern is the transfer tale that never seems to stop. The German behemoths have now made three bids for the Spurs great, with the second being worth roughly €80 million (£69 million), which was promptly rejected, and the most recent bid of €100 million (£85 million), which was also rejected, albeit after a few days.

The Bavarians made the official offer on Friday afternoon (August 4), stating that it was a ‘take it or leave it’ offer that had to be responded by midnight that night, or they would walk.

Spurs made no mention of it.

Unsurprisingly, Bayern’s negotiating tactics did not affect the incredibly experienced Daniel Levy, with the Spurs chairman finally responding to the offer this week (Monday) with a firm rejection on the basis that it is still quite far below the Lilywhite’s valuation of their all-time leading goalscorer.

The figure required to so much as tempt Tottenham into selling their talismanic forward this summer is £100m, according to Sky Sports reporter Kaveh Solhekhol.

He explained the situation on Sky Sports News (via Football Daily), saying:

“That bid was worth around €100m, which is around £85M. Now we told you that wasn’t going to be enough, £85m [is] not enough, it would take at least £100m for Spurs to be tempted to sell Harry Kane, so that is the latest.

“But as far as the player himself is concerned, he’s made it clear ‘sort my future out this week’.”

Who else is linked with an exit from Tottenham?

With so much media focus on a single individual’s likely departure, it’s easy to overlook that the club will also be working on the departures of numerous other players this summer.

Tanguy Ndombele, who cost Spurs a club record £63 million when he came from Lyon in the summer of 2019, is one midfielder who has been linked with a move away from N17.

It’s fair to say that despite making 91 appearances for the club in all competitions, the 26-year-old has dramatically fallen short of the expectations so many had of him, and after a mediocre loan spell with Serie A champions Napoli last year, he could be on his way to Turkey to join Galatasaray.


The Turkish Super Lig side are still in talks to get him, according to the Daily Mail, after their attempts to sign Manchester United midfielder Fred fell through last week.

Another midfielder who could leave Tottenham Hotspur Stadium this summer, albeit a far more successful one, is Danish international Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg.

According to Football Insider, the 27-year-old is set to agree to a move to La Liga club Atletico Madrid, despite being a nailed-on starter for the north London club since his arrival three years ago.

It looks like Spurs are set for a lot more changes in the final few weeks of the window this summer, even if they can keep a hold of Kane.

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