The German club wants to make an eleventh-hour attempt to prevent their pursuit from crumbling.
Kane set a Friday deadline to join Bayern, and his fate hangs in the balance as he contemplates his future.
The scales seem to be tipping toward staying for one more season in London, leaving Bayern in a mad scramble to reclaim the upper hand in this nail-biting saga.
Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy rejected Bayern’s third bid of £86 million on Monday.
However, the Bavarians are refusing to bow out without a fight, with a fourth offer on the horizon.
They will submit the bid before Tottenham’s showdown with Brentford this weekend in their Premier League opener.
Despite the allure of Bayern, Kane’s allegiance to the Spurs runs deep.
The striker won’t abandon ship once the season is underway – a testament to his loyalty.
As the clock ticks down and the negotiations continue, the possibility of Kane donning Bayern’s jersey this season remains feasible.
However, the ongoing impasse and the club’s lack of recent progress hint at Kane staying at Tottenham for another campaign.
Tottenham have offered the centre-forward £400,000-a-week and post-retirement opportunities to try and keep him in familiar territory, but he has not indicated he will sign it.
There remains the potential for a free transfer next summer. He could leave Spurs for free and move to Bayern or another Premier League club.
Levy seems unfazed by the risk and stands firm against Kane’s departure, rejecting multiple bids from Bayern.
The British businessman must face his Bayern counterparts again as they present another offer for their top target before Friday.
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