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“Bayern Munich are ready to offer Tottenham Hotspur €110 million (approximately KRW 159.1 billion) for Kane,” British outlet Sky Sports reported on 9 September. Tottenham have already rejected Munich’s €100 million offer.”
Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy is determined. Spurs seem to be sticking to their initial asking price of £100 million. Earlier this month, The Independent reported that Levy had rejected a second offer from Munich. Munich were set to make a third offer of £90m, but the publication believed Spurs would reject it again.
“While we believe Kane’s move to Munich is getting closer, some sources say there is still a big difference of opinion on the fee between the two clubs. Tottenham cited the transfer fee Real Madrid paid for Jude Bellingham, 19, from Borussia Dortmund.”
Personal terms have been agreed. According to the Independent, Kane is hungry for UEFA Champions League football and trophies. That’s why he wants to join German giants Munich. However, Tottenham still want £100m for the player, while Munich are willing to lower the price to £90m. The media have predicted that Paris Saint-Germain and Manchester United will rush in to sign the player if the deal between the two clubs falls through.
Tottenham are stubborn. Kane’s chances of staying are increasing. On the same day as the “Independent”, the British media “Evening Standard” reported on the 2nd that “Kane will not leave Tottenham Hotspur at the start of the season. He does not want Tottenham to have a difficult start to the season under manager Enze Postecoglou. He is not ruling out the possibility of signing a new contract.”
Tottenham’s intentions are clear. Keeping Kane is a priority. They have no intention of letting him go this summer, unless it’s for a huge fee. In fact, Tottenham have kept Kane in the transfer market on several occasions. Even before the start of the 2022-23 season, Kane was linked with a move to Manchester City. However, Levy ultimately rejected City’s offer, ending the Kane saga.
The Evening Standard says: “Kane will not leave the club unless a deal is finalised with Munich by the time Tottenham play their opening game against Brentford. Kane believes it would be unfair for new manager Postecoglou to let him leave after the start of the season.”
Kane is Tottenham’s signature striker. He has worked his way up through the youth and first team ranks. He came through the Tottenham U-18s before being called up to the first team. He had loan spells at Leyton Orient, Millwall and Norwich City. He has played for Tottenham ever since his loan spell at fifth-tier Leicester City ended in 2013.
Key among the keys. Kane has scored 280 goals and provided 64 assists in 435 games for Tottenham. He made history against Manchester City in the 2022-23 season. He scored his 200th Premier League goal, joining the likes of Alan Shearer and Wayne Rooney. Rooney has 208 goals. With 213, Kane is closing in on Shearer’s Premier League record of 260.
His individual ability is unquestionable. Kane has been the Premier League’s top scorer on six occasions, including three times. In 2014-15 and 2020-21, he was named Tottenham’s Player of the Year. In 2016-17 and 2017-18, he was the most decorated English player. In 2022-23, he scored 30 Premier League goals to finish second overall behind Elling Holland (Manchester City, 36).
However, his team results were disappointing. Kane never won a major trophy with Tottenham. That’s why the transfer rumours keep coming. The 2018-19 season was particularly disappointing. Spurs reached the UEFA Champions League (UCL) final, but finished as runners-up after losing 0-2 to Liverpool. Kane, who had been ruled out of the final due to injury, eventually started but was unable to make an impact.
Last season was no different. Tottenham had appointed a trophy hunter, Antonio Conte, to lead them to the title. The start of the season looked promising. Spurs competed for the Premier League title. They reached the round of 16 in the Champions League. The English Football Association (FA) Cup was also inching closer to the trophy cabinet.
However, midway through the season, Spurs went into a sharp decline. They finished mid-table in the Premier League. They were knocked out of the Champions League and FA Cup. Kane’s dream trophies became increasingly distant. “Tottenham will not be able to win the title under any manager,” Conte said.
Harry Kane scored four goals in a single game against Shakhtar Donetsk.
Eventually, Tottenham made a decision. They sacked Conte mid-season. Christian Stellini took over as acting manager. However, a shocking 1-6 defeat at Newcastle United saw him relinquish the reins. Ryan Mason became the second Spurs manager in his career. Spurs finished eighth in the Premier League. They failed to qualify for Europe.
Looking to overhaul their squad, Tottenham hired Celtic boss Enze Postecoglou as their new manager. In the 2022-23 season, Celtic won the Domestic Treble (Scottish Premiership, Scottish Cup, and FA Cup) under Postecoglou. He is known to play an aggressive style of football from the back.
“I want to succeed at Tottenham,” he said in his first official press conference, “Kane is the key to Tottenham’s success and I’m sure he wants to succeed with the club,” he added, calling for the star striker to stay.
Tottenham manager Enze Postecoglou.
Xavi and Postecoglou.
Spurs played their first pre-season game under Postecoglou on 18 August. They lost 2-3 to West Ham United in a pre-season friendly at Optus Stadium in Perth, Australia. They finished the first half trailing 0-2, but conceded two second-half goals before falling to a late winner. Kane started the game and played 45 minutes. In the second half, he was substituted and watched from the bench.
The second game was cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances. Heavy rain fell on the pitch, which was unable to drain and became unplayable. The ball was stuck in the ground and wouldn’t bounce, so the match between Tottenham and Leicester was cancelled. The players, including Son Heung-min, walked around the pitch to greet the fans. Kane was also scheduled to start.
The final game of the Asia tour was a laugher. Tottenham won 5-1 against Ryan City at the Singapore National Stadium on 26 April. Kane played the first half alongside Son, Maddison and Klucepski. A second-half hat-trick from Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang sealed the deal for Tottenham on their final match of their Asian tour. They lost 2-4 in their final pre-season game against FC Barcelona on 9 September. Kane was absent and Son Heung-min was rested on the bench.