Tottenham and Bayern Munich executives met last week to discuss Harry Kane’s move to Munich; Spurs want to tie Kane down to a new contract, but are concerned that if he does not, he would depart for a top-flight competitor at the conclusion of next season; Kane was among the Spurs players that went to Australia on Friday.

Spurs chairman Daniel Levy and Bayern chief executive Jan-Christian Dreesen met on Thursday to discuss Kane’s probable move to the Allianz Arena, but no real progress was achieved.

The dialogue, however, remains open, with Bayern convinced that the trade will take place.

“Harry Kane has clearly signalled in all conversations that his decision stands – and if he keeps his word, then we’ll get him,” Hoeness added.

“Kane wants to play internationally, and luckily for us, Tottenham will not be active on the international stage next year.”

Tottenham will continue to try to persuade Kane to sign a lucrative contract extension, but they fear he would depart for a Premier League rival if his current contract expires.

Kane has not ruled out any options at this point and was part of the Tottenham group that left on Friday for their preseason tour of Australia.

Postecoglou has stated that he intends to build a team that plays exciting, attacking football and would like Kane to be a part of it.

If he begins the season in England, the club will have the opportunity to demonstrate him and other senior players that there may be a more positive approach than in recent years.


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