Harry Kane will not push for Tottenham exit this summer

By Loura

Tottenham Hotspur’s prolific striker Harry Kane has said that he has no intention of leaving the club this summer, despite continued interest from Bayern Munich.

Unlike two years ago, when he indicated interest in joining Manchester City, Kane is now focused on keeping his options open and staying at Tottenham, even if the club rejects bids from big teams like as Bayern Munich.

Harry Kane will not push for Tottenham exit this summer

Despite being in the last year of his current six-year deal, Kane has returned to Spurs training and has had cordial meetings with Ange Postecoglou, the club’s new head coach.

While his future remains unknown, Kane will be part of the group travelling to Perth for the first stage of the club’s pre-season tour.

He is now evaluating many options, including leaving Spurs this summer, leaving on a free transfer next year, or signing a new deal.

Kane, on the other hand, will not commit to a new contract as long as the transfer window is open. Before making a choice, he wants to see considerable development on the field under Postecoglou’s supervision.

According to reports, Tottenham Hotspur chairman Daniel Levy recently met with Bayern officials to explore a potential deal for Kane.

Despite Bayern’s two rejected offers, the most recent of which was thought to be approximately £70 million with further add-ons, Levy has not notified Kane whether he would be sold or will remain at the club this summer.

Kane’s attitude is clear: he is dedicated to Tottenham and is looking forward to the new season.

like a result, he will not stir up trouble or press for a move like he did two years ago, albeit he is willing to listen to Bayern’s offer.

Kane’s desire to join Manchester City delayed pre-season training and kept him out of the first game against Pep Guardiola’s team last summer.

He is, however, putting his destiny in the hands of Levy and the club’s decision-makers this time.

Even if Kane goes on a free transfer next summer, he wants to leave on good terms and has stated his readiness to turn down any offer from Chelsea.

Despite his tight connection with former Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino, who helped grow him into one of the world’s top players during their time together, Kane prioritises Tottenham’s best interests, conscious of his legacy and affinity with the supporters.

While Pochettino downplayed the idea of a move for Kane next summer, he did not completely rule it out, recognising the striker’s great skill.

Other clubs, notably Bayern Munich, have also made plans in case Kane becomes available on a free transfer next year.

Kane, who turns 30 on July 28, finds the thought of joining Bayern Munich appealing since he feels they have a good chance of winning the Champions League next season.

Tottenham, on the other hand, is certain that Kane will not be sold until a deal in excess of £100 million is made.

The club has offered a new deal that would significantly enhance Kane’s current weekly income of £200,000, highlighting the club’s desire to keep its top player and guarantee his long-term commitment to the squad.