Spurs ready to sell Kane for £100m. Bayern set to strike

July 24 – The future of England captain Harry Kane, one of the world’s most coveted strikers, has intensified after reports claimed he would be sold by Tottenham Hotspur if he doesn’t sign an extended contract.

Tottenham’s elusive Bahamas-based owner Joe Lewis – who controls 70% of ENIC, the British investment company that owns the club – reportedly does not want to lose Kane for nothing when he becomes a free agent in a year’s time.

Spurs are valuing their record goalscorer at £100 million and speculation is mounting the club may cash in if he doesn’t accept a lucrative new offer reported thought to be worth £400,000 a week.

Multiple reports have revealed that Kane, who celebrates his 30th birthday on Friday and has entered the final 12 months of his six-year Spurs deal, is keen on making a switch to Bayern Munich who have apparently made two rejected offers.

He is currently in Singapore with the rest of the Spurs squad but Bild newspaper claimed over the weekend that the striker’s wife, Kate, has already been to Germany to look for a new home and schools.

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