Kane is the number one target for the German champions this summer as they look to snare the England captain away from Tottenham.

Kane has agreed on a contract with the Bavarians and has long ago given his nod of approval to the potential transfer but Levy has again turned out to be a stubborn negotiator.

Spurs have already rejected two bids from the German champions and Levy has so far refused to name his price for Kane.

According to German daily Bild (via Fussball Transfers), a meeting has been scheduled between Bayern Munich officials and the Spurs chairman on Friday.

Bayern Munich CEO Jan-Christian Dreesen and technical director Marco Neppe will hold talks with Levy in order to find a breakthrough.

The Bavarians are prepared to push the envelope to land their dream target and are ready to break the €100m barrier.

They are hoping that they will find some common ground with Levy in the fresh round of talks to negotiate the forward’s transfer.

The Spurs chairman remains reluctant to lose Kane but it has been claimed he has been instructed to sell him if he does not sign a new contract.