May 26, 2024

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Harry Kane set to be offered RECORD wages as Daniel Levy U-turns on hard Tottenham stance

Tottenham striker Harry Kane could be offered the chance to pocket £400,000 every

if he opts to remain at the club and snub interest from Bundesliga titans Bayern Munich

Tottenham are gearing up to offer talisman Harry Kane club-record £400,000 per-week in wages if he puts pen to paper on a contract extension in north London.

Kane, who is yet to meet new Spurs boss Ange Postecoglou, is yet again the subject of intense speculation linking him with a move away from the club. German giants Bayern Munich are the latest club reportedly keen on landing his signature and the 29-year-old is thought to be open to the idea of plying his trade abroad, despite chasing the Premier League goal-record.

As Bayern’s interest continues to linger, Spurs chairman Daniel Levy still harbours hopes of keeping Kane at the club and believes a new and improved contract could do the trick.

As things stand, Kane is not thought to have given any indication that he’ll sign another deal at Spurs, but the club remain willing to give him £400,000 per-week in wages if he does change his stance and stay put, as per the Telegraph.

From Postecoglou’s perspective, one of the most important tasks on his to-do list is to convince the England captain Spurs remains the place to be if he wants to win silverware while trying to guide the club back into the Champions League.

The recently-appointed Australian was pressed for comment over Kane’s future and whether Levy had discussed the saga with him.

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“I haven’t had any assurances and I wouldn’t expect any assurances, because when you’re dealing with these kinds of things you’re never dealing with definites or certainties,” Postecoglou explained.

“I just kind of go along and try to concentrate on the things I know right now. What I know right now is that Harry is part of this squad and he’s looking forward to coming back to training and being amongst these players and starting to work together.”

While Levy maintains hope Kane will stay, it is also believed he has softened his stance on a potential exit for the club’s record goalscorer. The striker was once deemed priceless, but if the right offer came in for him Spurs could be tempted to cash in rather than risk losing him for free in 12 months time.

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