Bayern Munich’s deputy chairman Uli Hoeness is confident they will be able to secure a deal for Tottenham Hotspur star Harry Kane.
Hoeness claimed in a recent interview that the 29-year-old has told them he wants to join the club.
The Bavarians met with Spurs chairman Daniel Levy earlier this week over a deal for the England captain.
They reportedly failed to make a breakthrough in negotiations, but Hoeness is still confident they can wrap up a deal this summer.
“Up to now, it was the case that Harry has clearly signalled in all the talks that his mind is made up,” Hoeness said.
“And if that remains the case, then we’ll get him – then Tottenham will have to give way.”
Kane has been one of the most important players for Tottenham since he made his competitive debut in 2011.
He has made 435 senior appearances for the club, netting 280 goals in all competitions.
Despite being one of the best players in the Premier League, Kane is yet to win a major trophy and that’s mainly due to the overall quality of his team.
The England star now wants to join Bayern where he can win the Bundesliga title and also compete for the Champions League trophy.
But Spurs chairman Daniel Levy has no intention of letting the striker leave in this transfer window.
He turned down Bayern’s recent bid of £70 million despite Kane having less than a year remaining on his contract.
Levy is demanding a whopping £120m transfer fee, but that valuation is unlikely to be met by any club.
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