Tottenham Chairman, Daniel Levy responds to Bayern Munich's bid for Harry Kane


Tottenham Hotspur have responded to Bayern Munich's latest bid which was submitted for Harry Kane.

The Bavarians submitted a €100 million bid for the captain of the Three Lions of English. According to reports from White Hart Lane, the Chairman of Spurs, Daniel Levy is not impressed by the figure placed on the club's most prized player.

However, Bayern Munich are looking to schedule another meeting with Tottenham as they are looking to submit an improved offer for Harry Kane. The forward player will be out of contract by summer 2024, this means he could leave as a free agent if he fails to sign a new contract.

The 30-year-old wants his future sorted before Tottenham's opening Premier League game of the new season at Brentford on Sunday August 13, 2023. He is Spurs' all-time record goalscorer with 280 goals in 435 appearances, having scored his first Spurs goal in December 2011.