May 26, 2024


Simon Jordan has dropped the bombshell that even Daniel Levy thinks that Harry Kane has had conversations with Thomas Tuchel about a transfer from Tottenham Hotspur to Bayern Munich.

With Harry Kane’s contract running down, it has been suggested that the 29-year-old had a ‘meeting’ with the Bayern boss about making a switch to Germany.

Whilst Tottenham fans might have seen that as media transfer rumour nonsense, former Crystal Palace owner Jordan, who is friends with Daniel Levy, thinks the above scenario has taken place, but after previous ‘conversations’ with the Spurs chairman, he thinks Bayern Munich will have to move ‘heaven and earth’ to sign the England captain, as he told talkSPORT.

On one hand, Levy holds the key because if he doesn’t want to sell his star man, then he isn’t going anywhere, just ask Manchester City.

But, on the other, in January 2024, Harry Kane could easily sign a pre-contract agreement with Bayern or sign for another Premier League club for nothing next summer.

All in all, unless the Premier League goal machine signs a new deal at Hotspur Way, talk about his future will only continue, as Simon Jordan was asked whether situations, such as Kane’s meeting with Tuchel, actually happen in the footballing world.

Harry Kane: Bayern Munich not giving up on trying to sign Tottenham striker  - Sky in Germany | Transfer Centre News | Sky Sports

“In the real world, it happens all the time,” said Jordan. “If Daniel is upset, then I would remind him of how he did it to me with Wayne Routledge.

“But the bottom line is that I would be surprised if it hasn’t happened and I am pretty sure Daniel will be surprised if it hasn’t happened, whether he likes it or not.

On if he thinks Kane has met Tuchel: “Oh, yeah. I would think so. It’s not a secret meeting because it’s all over the national newspapers, but I would imagine that happened. I would imagine, if a manager like Tuchel wants to get a player like Harry Kane, then he would have no compunction.


Harry Kane: Bayern Munich not giving up on trying to sign Tottenham striker  - Sky in Germany | Transfer Centre News | Sky Sports

“I think they have to move heaven and earth if they think they will get Harry Kane for £80-100 million, then I don’t think so. It’s predicated upon having had certain conversations with Daniel Levy, but also looking at it through the prism of what the worth Harry Kane is to Tottenham if the main pursuit is the top four.”

Power with Levy…for now

Over the years, Spurs fans have been critical of Levy for not pushing the boat out in the transfer market.

But one thing the English businessman has always done is do things his way and his way only, and it’s always caused a debate.

But his stubborn nature will now put a smile on Tottenham fans’ faces because if he doesn’t want to sell Kane, then he isn’t going anywhere this summer, regardless of what money is offered.

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