Tottenham expert issues ‘£150m’ Harry Kane claim after Sky transfer update – Football Insider

  • September 18, 2022

By John Wenham
Tottenham will demand £150million for Harry Kane amid interest from Bayern Munich.
That is according to Spurs insider John Wenham, who regularly breaks news about the club on his Lilywhite Rose social media channels.
Sky Sports reporter Florian Plettenberg claimed on Monday (12 September) that Bayern Munich had been in contact with the 29-year-old’s brother and agent Charlie Kane.
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“The discussions have already begun. He is the number one top target. There was contact between Bayern and Charlie Kane. Harry Kane can really, really imagine joining Bayern.”

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It is claimed he is the club’s number one striker target and can “imagine himself” at the German club.
The London Evening Standard reported the same day (12 September) that Kane would be open to discussing a new contract with Spurs as his current deal has less than two years left.
Despite having less than two years on Kane’s deal, Wenham still claims Spurs would demand a British transfer record for their star man.
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“Bayern are always linked with him,” Wenham told Football Insider correspondent Ben Wild.
“They have gone from having the big forward in Lewandowski to not having the big forward. I think Kane will, naturally, be high on the list of many European clubs.
“There is nothing unusual in Bayern’s interest especially with them losing that focal point in Lewandowski.
“Obviously he hasn’t signed a new contract at this moment in time. I think Kane I very happy at Tottenham, beating goalscoring records and tearing up the Premier League.
“I think, even after another summer, Tottenham would still ask for between £100million and £150million for Harry Kane.
“I don’t see Bayern playing that.”
Kane has scored five goals in six Premier League games this season.
Spurs are next in action against Leicester on Saturday (17 September).
In other news, Tottenham face a potential stadium closure as controversial footage emerges.

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