By Rune Gjerulff@runegjerulff

Bayern bosses travel to London for crunch Kane talks

Bayern Munich bosses Hans-Christian Dreesen and Marco Neppe are set to meet with Tottenham boss Daniel Levy regarding Harry Kane, with the German champions optimistic about reaching an agreement soon.
Bayern Munich CEO Hans-Christian Dreesen and technical director Marco Neppe have traveled to London to continue talks with Tottenham boss Daniel Levy over a move for Harry Kane, according to multiple reports.

The German champions are said to be hoping to complete the deal this week.

Kane himself is said to have already agreed personal terms with Bayern, so it's now a matter of agreeing a fee with Tottenham.

According to German broadcaster Sport1, Tottenham are inclined to sell Kane as Levy has realized that the forward doesn't want to extend his contract beyond 2024, with a deal worth around €100 million likely to be agreed.

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