Harry Kane Transfer Saga took another dramatic step as England team Boss Southgate finally comment his own decision

Reports from Germany continue to suggest that Bayern Munich are not prepared to give up their pursuit of Kane despite Tottenham’s reluctance to sell the striker.

On Thursday, we relayed a report from SportBild which claimed that the 29-year-old is desperate to move to the Allianz Arena following his conversations with Thomas Tuchel.


The report added that the centre-forward is even prepared to threaten to join Bayern on a free transfer next summer if Spurs do not allow him to make the move now.

However, Tottenham seemingly remain determined to hold on to their talisman, with The Evening Standard reporting on the same day that the club are prepared to have crunch talks with the striker over his future when he returns to pre-season training next week.


The publication suggested that Daniel Levy has not given up hope that Kane could commit to a new contract at Spurs, even though the player has no intention of signing a new deal at the moment.

Harry Kane’s future will not impact England.



It remains to be seen what this summer holds for the Tottenham man, but Southgate has insisted that it will not affect England’s plans one way or the other.

When asked about the prospect of his captain moving to Germany full-time, the Three Lions boss told BBC’s Test Match Special (as relayed by The Mirror): “I think with the players we’ve had abroad, we had Jude Bellingham in Dortmund, and we had a very good relationship with Borussia Dortmund when Jude was there for example.


“We’re such a small world now that we can fly and see them, we can go to the training grounds, we knows the coaches abroad, our medical teams connect.

These are top clubs and it’s easy to have as good a connection with Real Madrid where Bellingham is now compared to one of our big clubs really.”

Seeing the likes of Bellingham and Rice make big moves and seeing some of his other England teammates such as Walker, Stones and Grealish winning the Premier League and Champions League titles, would surely be playing on Kane’s mind.


One can understand why the striker would be desperate to get his hands on silverware and why he might not have the patience for another rebuild at Spurs. However, Levy and co might believe that the 29-year-old could change his mind if Postecoglou’s appointment has the desired effect next season.



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