Tottenham Hotspur are doing everything within their power to keep Harry Kane including offering him a job at the club when he finishes playing.
According to the Daily Mail, Spurs have offered the striker £400,000 per week and a coaching role once he hangs up his boots.
Kane has 12 months left on his deal with Tottenham and is looking to leave the club this summer but will not force things.
He has returned for pre-season training and is keeping his options open, but has not given any inclination that he will sign the new deal.
Bayern Munich have been pushing to sign the 29-year-old, who is now the number one striking target for manager Thomas Tuchel.
However, Levy has already rejected two offers from Die Rekordmeister this summer and wants them to pay £120 million.
Bayern are not alone in the race for the Englishman’s signature this summer. Ligue 1 champions Paris Saint-Germain have also shown interest in signing him.
Les Parisiens could lose Kylian Mbappe this summer and will need a striker to replace him. They are reportedly ready to test Levy’s resolve with a €100m bid.
Manchester United were the first club to sound out interest in Kane, but they realised Levy would play hardball.
They moved on and are negotiating a move for Atalanta’s Rasmus Hojlund, who would be a more cost-effective option than Kane.
Tottenham are desperate to avoid losing the striker for free next year when his contract expires and hope to convince their captain to stay.
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