Tottenham refuse to rule out Harry Kane staying as striker ponders Bayern Munich decision
Tottenham have refused to rule out the prospect of Harry Kane staying this summer despite an agreement with Bayern Munich.
Spurs have agreed to Bayern’s bid of £86.4million (€100m) plus add-ons for the England international.
But Kane is undecided on whether he wants to leave the Premier League for the Bundesliga yet.
There is a five-year contract on the table but the striker is weighing up whether he wants to depart so close to the season, talkSPORT understands.
Kane and Tottenham boss Ange Postecoglou have built up a strong relationship over the past few weeks and he does not want to leave the Aussie coach in the lurch.
Equally, the 30-year-old has been linked with a departure throughout the summer and has at no point denied it.
Kane has entered the final year of his contract at Tottenham and turned down a £400,000-a-week deal to extend.
Spurs are reluctant to lose their talisman for nothing in the summer of 2024 and have got what they demanded from Bayern, more or less.
But the striker is still undecided on his future, which could delay a completed transfer further.
With the season set to get underway this weekend, it only muddies the waters more ahead of what is undoubtedly the biggest decision of his career.
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