Bayern Munich will reportedly make another bid for Harry Kane this week after their initial offer for the Tottenham striker was rejected.
Last week the German Bundesliga side offered Tottenham £60m for the England international. But Spurs rejected the bid, claiming that their captain is not for sale for any price this summer.
But Bayern hopes to return with an improved offer of around £80 million plus add-ons for the 29-year-old striker. The Bavarians believe such an offer will be too tempting to reject for Daniel Levy, who will be eager to recoup a hefty fee on Kane, who has just one year left in his current deal.
Kane is eager to move and has agreed personal terms with Bayern. He is now waiting for the German club to strike a deal with Spurs and its hard-to-please chairman Daniel Levy.
However, Bayern Munich’s president Uli Hoeness has yet to sanction the £80m bid for Kane, as he believes the England striker is too expensive given his age.
But former Bayern technical director Michael Reschke believes Kane must be the club’s priority, with the ex-director claiming that the England man is among the top three players in the world.
“Kane is one of the top three number nines in the world with Haaland and Mbappe,” Reschke told Sportsmail’s Confidential.
“If he joins Bayern, he gives them a much greater chance of winning the Champions League.
“That is the reason Bayern are fighting for him. Bayern can’t compete in bidding wars for the top players, but they are still alluring to some if they show conviction.”