Tottenham owner Joe Lewis has reportedly told chairman Daniel Levy to sell Harry Kane this summer if the player rejects a new contract.
The Bavarians have had two bids turned down for the striker by Spurs, but they are preparing to make a third offer.
Daniel Levy has maintained the England ace is not for sale this summer unless a club comes up with an offer over £100 million.
Bayern are unlikely to meet this valuation considering Kane only has a year left on his contract.
Tottenham can choose to keep the 29-year-old, but they risk losing him for nothing next summer.
Club owner Joe Lewis doesn’t want that to happen and has told Levy to sell the player if he refuses to sign a new deal, as per The Telegraph.
They are ready to give the striker a lucrative new contract to make him the joint-highest-paid player in the Premier League.
But he reportedly doesn’t want to accept their proposal as he is keen to take a new challenge elsewhere.
Kane is yet to win a major trophy at the club, and a move to Bayern would afford him the opportunity.
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