Harry Kane has turned down a contract extension at Tottenham Hotspur. That reports the English Times. Rather, the striker wants to switch to Bayern Munich.
The Spurs had reportedly offered Kane a new contract to dissuade him from changing clubs. Allegedly, Tottenham would have offered the attacker an annual salary of 25 million euros.
Kane’s contract expires at the end of June 2024, so the PL club would have to sell him this summer or next winter to collect a transfer fee. Bayern, for their part, have already made several offers for the Englishman, but have always been rejected by Spurs owner Daniel Levy.
FC Bayern: Kane rejects PSG
Kane is said to have recently turned down a transfer to Paris Saint-Germain. Instead, he just wanted to switch to Bayern Munich. According to English media reports, the Spurs are demanding around 120 million euros for their captain – a sum that the German record champions have so far not been willing to pay.
Kane scored 32 goals in 49 competitive games for Spurs last season and provided five other assists. His record of 30 goals in 38 games was particularly impressive in the Premier League.