Several reports claim that representatives from Bayern Munich were in London on Thursday to meet with Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy regarding their pursuit of Harry Kane.
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Although there was no breakthrough, the German champions are said to remain optimistic that a deal can be reached.
It has been widely reported that Tottenham earlier rejected an initial offer of €70 million plus bonuses for Kane.
Reports since claimed that Bayern made a second bid, but according to both Bild and The Athletic, the German champions have only submitted one written offer so far.
Tottenham are likely to hold out for at least €100 million for the 29-year-old striker.