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Harry Kane: Tottenham table mega-money contract offer to stave off Man Utd, Bayern Munich interest

Tottenham striker Harry Kane and chairman Daniel Levy

Tottenham Hotspur have offered Harry Kane a new lucrative contract as Daniel Levy desperately tries to keep him at the club.

The England international’s current deal is set to expire in June 2024, with Bayern Munich and Manchester United very interested in signing him.

Until now, Tottenham have knocked back every offer made for Kane and are standing firm on their valuation of £100m.

But, if they can’t tie him down to fresh terms, they risk losing him on a free transfer next summer.

Therefore, it is vital that Kane signs a new deal with Spurs. If not, they will be destined to lose him either this summer or at the end of next season.

For now, it seems Man Utd have pulled out of the race. But, Bayern manager Thomas Tuchel is still determined to sign Kane.

The German giants have already seen a £60m bid knocked back by Spurs. But, they are reportedly ready to make an improved offer, believed to be in the region of £80m, this week.

So, Levy will no doubt be keen to get Kane tied down to a new contract as soon as possible.

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Tottenham offer Kane mega-money deal

Now, according to Guardian journalist David Hytner, Tottenham have made a ‘massive new contract offer’ to Kane that would ‘significantly improve his £200,000-a-week terms.’

However, the striker has ‘no immediate intention’ to sign it. And, he ‘certainly won’t do so ‘while the transfer window remains open.

As mentioned, Tottenham’s position is that Kane is not for sale. This is partly due to the fact that Levy is well aware that his popularity would plummet should the striker leave on his watch.

But, also, Kane’s importance to Spurs cannot be understated. He is the club’s all-time record goal scorer and shows no signs of letting up anytime soon.

Last season, the Englishman netted an outstanding 30 goals in 38 Premier League appearances last term. This left him only behind Erling Haaland in the scoring charts.

However, from Kane’s point of view, it’s understandable that he would want a fresh challenge elsewhere.

At the age of 29, he still has never won a major trophy in his career, despite scoring goals for fun for years. Also, Tottenham didn’t even qualify for Europe last season, finishing in eighth place in the table.

But, ultimately, the decision over whether he stays or goes isn’t up to Kane – it’s up to Tottenham.

However, if they refuse to sell the striker to Bayern, or indeed any other bidders, there is a very good chance they could lose their best player on a free transfer next summer.

It isn’t clear how much Kane has been offered by Tottenham – only that is it a ‘significant improvement on his current terms.’ But, Levy will be praying that he signs the contract.

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