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Bayern Munich set to return with huge bid for Harry Kane

Bayern Munich set to return with huge bid for Harry Kane

They're set to bid again.

A Sky Sports journalist has provided a fresh update on Harry Kane's future, with Bayern Munich set to submit another bid.

On Wednesday afternoon David Ornstein claimed Bayern and Tottenham remain apart in their valuation of Kane following fresh talks, with the striker leaning towards staying at the Premier League club.

Spurs rejected a third proposal from Bayern for Kane, worth an alleged £85million, after seeing bids in June and July also turned down.

Talks over a potential transfer allegedly continued on Monday evening but a gap in valuation remains for the England captain.

Bayern’s interest remains however, and with Kane reluctant to move once the new season has started, the Bavarian giants are set to bid again.

Bayern Munich set to submit new Kane bid

Sky Sports Germany reporter Florian Plettenberg claimed Bayern want to submit a new offer for Kane either today (Wednesday) or tomorrow.

Moreover, Plettenberg added that the new offer is set to be worth around €110million (£94million) with add-ons included, which is £6million short of the Tottenham's £100million asking price.

Kane is currently preparing for Sunday's Premier League opener, and according to the Athletic he has enjoyed working under the new Spurs boss Ange Postecoglou in pre-season.

Kane played a central part in the club’s summer tour of Australia and Singapore, and even netted four goals in a 5-1 victory against Shakhtar Donetsk on Sunday.

After that game Postecoglou admitted that he was in “open dialogue” with Kane and the club hierarchy about the situation.

The Australian added: “We can’t wait (around) for a decision either way to get going. We don’t have the time or the luxury to do that. You saw today that Harry certainly is invested in what we’re doing and we’ll keep on doing that unless something changes.”

Kane has one year left on his contract with Tottenham and there have been no indications the forward would be willing to extend it.

If chairman Daniel Levy elects to keep Kane, who is the club's record scorer, they would likely lose the talisman for three next term.

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Topics: Football, Harry Kane, Tottenham Hotspur, Bayern Munich