Two of Bayern’s top executives, chief executive Jan-Christian Dreesen and technical director Marco Neppe, have flown to London for a crucial round of talks with Spurs chairman Daniel Levy.
This meeting comes after Tottenham’s return from their pre-season tour, where Kane was part of the squad.
Despite the striker’s involvement, speculation is rife that he is open to a move to Bayern Munich if they can reach an agreement with Levy, who had previously rebuffed their approaches.
PSG are willing to outbid any other club for Kane, but his reluctance could leave Levy with a dilemma – either negotiate a deal with Bayern or risk losing Kane for free when his contract expires in 2024.
Bayern are determined to secure Kane’s services and are ready to offer up to £86 million for the striker.
They are also confident about the prospect of signing him in January, when he would be eligible to sign a pre-contract agreement with an overseas club for a move next summer.
The meeting between Dreesen and Levy in London two weeks ago indicates an open communication channel between the clubs concerning Kane’s potential transfer.
Despite Tottenham’s public stance of not wanting to sell him, the situation seems far from settled.
Rumours even suggest that Bayern may consider including a buy-back option in the deal, allowing Tottenham to reclaim Kane in the future, which could potentially satisfy all parties involved.
It remains unclear where Kane’s future will lie, but Bayern look set to make another push to ensure they land him.
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