Kane, Kim Min-Jae To Join Forces Munich Officials Head To London For Final Talks

SEOUL (Yonhap). By Ahn Hong-seok = England’s top goal scorer Harry Kane will soon decide whether to leave Son Heung-min (Tottenham Hotspur) and join Kim Min-jae (Bayern Munich).German media outlet Bild reported on July 31 (local time) that senior Bayern Munich (Germany) officials have left for London, England, to pursue a deal for Kane”Munich president Jahn-Christian Dresden and chief executive Marco Neppe flew to London today on a private plane to discuss the Kane transfer,” Bild said, adding that “after Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy abruptly postponed a meeting with Munich last Friday, a ‘summit’ is now expected.”Fabrizio Romano, a journalist familiar with the European soccer transfer market, added: “The crucial hour for a Kane move has arrived. Senior Munich officials are preparing for a meeting in London to talk directly with Levy.”Kane’s departure has been one of the hottest topics in European soccer this summer, and it seems as though it will soon be resolved one way or another.Kane, who has scored 280 goals in 13 seasons with Tottenham, excluding a loan spell at the start of his professional career, has become something of an icon for the club.Despite being the best goal scorer in the English Premier League (EPL), he has never won a league title.Fans and English soccer in general want him to leave Tottenham, which lacks “championship ambition,” and join a “real big club” that can win the league.Kane almost left Tottenham two summers ago. At the time, Manchester City (England) were reportedly close to signing 바카라사이트 him, but his final choice was to stay at Spurs.His contract extension expires next summer. If Tottenham need to sell Kane, now is the time.But Levy, who is a master of the ‘player business’, has plenty of time to spare. He is holding out, rejecting two big bids from Munich.Munich first offered €70 million and then €80 million, but Levy insists he will not accept less than €100 million.It is believed that the Bavarians will make a ‘last stand’ with Levy’s demands more or less met.With the start of the new season less than a month away, it’s likely that a deal will be reached.The Bavarians kick off the 2023-2024 season on Sept. 13 against Leipzig in the Super Cup. They then open the Bundesliga against Werder Bremen on Sept. 19.”Munich will offer more than the 80 million euros they offered just before,” Romano said.

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