Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy is said to be furious with Bayern Munich for negotiating with Harry Kane behind his back.
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According to Sport Bild, this has not gone down well with Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy, who has made his displeasure with the Munich club "abundantly clear" to his entourage.
As a result, Levy will take an even tougher stance in the negotiations with Bayern. Having already rejected an initial bid of €70 million plus add-ons, Levy is also prepared to reject an offer of €100 million, the report claims.
However, it doesn't seem completely out of the question that a deal could be done this summer. Local media outlet TZ reported yesterday that there's been talk of a "breakthrough" at Bayern regarding the signing of Kane.
Kane is out of contract in 2024. According to The Guardian, Tottenham have offered the 29-year-old striker a new contract on better terms, but he's in no rush to sign.