Kicker reports that Bayern Munich are ready to pay more than €100m for Harry Kane as the club consider him a top priority.
Abendzeitung reports that Tottenham want at least 117 million euros for Kane and Bayern know that bringing the 29-year-old to the club will be expensive, but they are ready to pay more than 100 million euros for the striker because the clubs dream of the player and also need a world-class striker.
Bayern are set to meet again with Daniel Levy to discuss the transfer fee and it is entirely possible that there could be a breakthrough in negotiations by the end of the week.
The 29-year-old and Bayern have already agreed personal terms and while Kane is on Tottenham’s pre-season tour of Asia, his wife has reportedly traveled to Munich.
Kane is out of contract at Tottenham next summer and Tottenham are reluctant to lose their record goalscorer for free next summer, so they are adamant they will sell the striker this summer unless he signs a contract extension.