Bayern Munich submitted a bid yesterday worth £70 million plus another £10 million in add-ons for Spurs striker Harry Kane.
Thomas Tuchel, who is the head coach of Bayern Munich, has made Harry Kane his number one target this summer as the club continues to look for Lewandowski’s replacement since he left. It is the second bid submitted this month after the first one was rejected.
According to Fabrizio Romano, a trusted sports journalist, He has insisted that the second bid by Bayern Munich will be rejected by Tottenham Chairman Daniel Levy, as he has insisted the England striker is not for sale.
Harry Kane has been one of the best strikers in the world, and last season he scored 32 goals for Spurs despite the team struggling domestically and in European competitions.
Manchester United are also rumoured to be interested but have not submitted any bids for the striker.