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Harry Kane: Leading European Clubs Refusing to Budge on Pursuing Tottenham Striker


Top European Clubs Still Hopeful of Harry Kane Transfer Despite Tottenham’s Denials.

Despite Tottenham’s repeated claims of disinterest in offers for striker Harry Kane, some of Europe’s leading clubs remain optimistic about the possibility of a summer transfer. Bayern Munich, in particular, has made two unsuccessful bids for the 29-year-old Kane and has even engaged in discussions with Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy.

Manchester United also expressed their interest in Kane but stepped back once they were informed of the high cost involved in securing the deal.

The situation is further complicated by the fact that Kane’s contract with Spurs is set to expire next summer. While Tottenham seems open to letting him enter the final year of his contract, this strategy comes with risks. Kane could potentially sign a pre-contract agreement with an overseas club as early as January or move to a Premier League rival for free next summer.

Tottenham has faced a similar predicament in the past with Christian Eriksen during the 2019-20 season. They held onto the midfielder until January before eventually selling him to Inter Milan.

Although Tottenham is reluctant to part ways with Kane without generating revenue, there’s a belief in the football community that they might eventually yield to the pressure, leading to a potential domino effect in the transfer market for other top strikers.

Dusan Vlahovic, the 23-year-old Serbian striker from Juventus, and Randal Kolo Muani, the 24-year-old French forward from Eintracht Frankfurt, have drawn significant interest from several clubs. However, Bayern Munich will not pursue either player until they’ve fully explored their chances of securing Kane.

Additionally, Paris St-Germain might find themselves in need of a new striker amid the Kylian Mbappe situation. The French club is reportedly looking to sell Mbappe, who has just one year left on his contract.

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