‘Ignoring ultimatum?’ Tottenham chairman Levy beats Munich Kane offer to ‘vacation in Miami, USA’ as rumored

Tottenham Hotspur chairman Daniel Levy has traveled to the United States.

Germany’s Bild reported on Friday (June 5), “The transfer saga surrounding Harry Kane is taking an interesting turn. According to sources, Levy is in Miami, USA, over the weekend and is on a two-week vacation with his family,” and speculated on the reasons for his departure.

The first is “higher transfer fees. “Levy, who has a reputation as a tough negotiator, still wants to squeeze more money out of Munich,” he explained. The second is “meeting with Tottenham chairman Joe Louis. “Levy could meet with Lewis in Florida to discuss how to proceed with the Kane deal.” If the second theory is true, Munich’s hopes of signing Kane will be boosted, according to Bild.

Kane’s departure is heating up the transfer market. Florian Plettenberg, a reporter for Germany’s Sky Sports and a well-known Munich source, said: “Munich are in direct contact with Tottenham. Karl-Heinz Rummenigge is in charge of recruitment and is leading the negotiations with Tottenham. The Munich hierarchy does not know whether Kane is a transfer problem or unsaleable, so they are also discussing the possibility of signing him in free agency next summer.”

There are also reports that Kane and the Bavarians have met behind closed doors. “Tuchel is targeting Kane as the perfect replacement for Robert Lewandowski,” said the Daily Mail. Tuchel held secret talks at Kane’s home in London. Kane told Tuchel that he wants to compete for trophies with Munich. Tottenham chairman Levy is understood to be furious with Tuchel over the way Munich approached Kane.” 토토사이트

It’s even rumored that they’ve already found a place to stay in Munich. “The Kane family have reportedly been spotted in Munich,” said UK outlet Talk Sport. Levy is determined to keep Kane at the club and prevent a move to an English Premier League (EPL) club like Manchester United or Chelsea. Munich have been trying to sign Kane. They have made two bids, but neither has reached the £100 million Tottenham want. However, Germany’s Bild claimed that Kane’s wife Goodland and other family members have been in Munich for the past few days. The transfer saga has been going on all summer and concerns will only intensify.”

A third offer was made. Several outlets, including the British public broadcaster BBC, claimed that Tottenham’s ultimatum was last Friday. However, Plettenberg insists that the deadline doesn’t matter: “Munich have made an offer of €100 million. There is no deadline, but we expect an answer from Levy by the end of the week. The relationship between Munich and the Tottenham hierarchy is very good and mutually respectful. Munich CEO Jan Christian Driessen and Munich technical director Marco Neppe will be in contact with Levy. There has been no response from Tottenham yet and we are still waiting for a response this weekend.” The Bavarians have made three offers for Kane, having already let Sadio Mane leave.

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