Sadio Mane sends Harry Kane warning over joining Bayern Munich as Tottenham ‘accept bid’

Sadio Mane sends Harry Kane warning over joining Bayern Munich as Tottenham ‘accept bid’

Sadio Mane sends Harry Kane warning over joining Bayern Munich as Tottenham 'accept bid'

Harry Kane’s decision-making could be swayed by Sadio Mane after Bayern Munich agreed a fee with Tottenham Hotspur.

On Thursday, it was announced that Bayern and Spurs had struck a deal about the transfer of Kane after weeks of heated negotiations.

The Athletic claims that Bayern proposed a proposal at more over €100 million, which the Premier League team approved.

Kane must now decide whether or not he wants to join Bayern, and Mane, who recently departed the team after just one season, may influence his choice.

Mane left Liverpool last summer after six years there. Mane departed Liverpool as one of the top players in the world after taking home every major title available to him with the Anfield side and finishing second in the 2022 Ballon d’Or standings.

However, on the back of his £35 million move, Mane failed to live up to the expectations during his short stint as a Bayern player.

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During the 22/23 season, Mane made 38 appearances across all competitions for Bayern, scoring 12 and assisting six.

The Senegal international also suffered a knee injury that ruled him out of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.

After getting into a heated altercation with teammate Leroy Sane, the writing was on the wall that Mane could be moved on in the summer.

Earlier in the month, it was confirmed that Mane has left Bayern to join Saudi Professional League side Al Nassr.

Kane will now have to weigh up the pros and cons of leaving the Premier League for the Bundesliga.

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Bayern will begin their 23/24 season this weekend when they play in the DFL Supercup final against RB Leipzig. They next play Werder Bremen on Friday in their first Bundesliga encounter.

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Bayern Munich ‘reach agreement’ to sign Harry Kane from Tottenham Hotspur

Bayern Munich ‘reach agreement’ to sign Harry Kane from Tottenham Hotspur

Bayern Munich have reportedly reached an agreement with Tottenham Hotspur to sign Harry Kane.

One of the primary topics of discussion during the summer transfer season so far has been Harry Kane’s future at Tottenham.

Previously, it was widely rumored that Bayern of the German Bundesliga had a strong interest in luring the captain of England to Bavaria.

Three approaches from Bayern have been turned down by Spurs in the last several weeks because the North London club sought at least €100 million.

There have been rumors of a Kane deal between Spurs and Bayern, with just a few days till the start of the Premier League season.

EXCLUSIVE: Bayern Munich and Tottenham have agreed a deal to sign Harry Kane, sources in Germany claim, according to The Athletic journalist David Ornstein’s tweet.

“#FCBayern proposal worth above €100m accepted by #THFC. 30yo has been leaning towards staying but must now make a decision.”

Kane has been linked with a move away from Spurs throughout the summer transfer window and it looks like a move could be imminent.

Kane has been heavily involved in pre-season so far as Ange Postecoglou gears up for his first season as Spurs boss.

After a recent defeat by Spanish La Liga giants Barcelona, Postecoglou said: “The key for us, again, you could see that quite a few of the lads need match minutes, so to have tonight’s game and to get meaningful match minutes against a top opponent was good, and some of the performances were strong.

“Like we said at the weekend, you can see the intent is there from the players. There are still areas we need to improve, but the intent to try and play our football is there.”

Spurs will kick off their 23/24 Premier League campaign with a London derby against Brentford on Saturday.

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