Harry Kane Has Decided to Come To Us – Uli Hoeness, the CEO of Bayern Munich

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Harry Kane has expressed his desire to play for Bayern Munich. According to Uli Hoeness, honorary president of Bayern Munich. Hoeness believes England captain Harry Kane will join the club from Tottenham this summer.

Hoeness, Bayern’s former president who just returned from a consulting position, informed journalists on Saturday, July 15 at the team’s training camp that the English striker has already decided to join Bayern and that negotiations with Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy are ongoing.

Hoeness stated that Kane and his representatives have met with supervisory board member Karl-Heinz Rummenigge and chief executive Jan-Christian Dreesen on a frequent basis.

“Until now, Harry has clearly signalled in all of the discussions that his mind is made up.” And if it continues, we’ll get him,” Hoeness added. “Then Tottenham will have to give way.” Earlier this week, it was reported that Kane would like to join Bayern this summer, with the Bundesliga champions considering a third bid for the star.

Spurs have offered Kane a new contract, but the 29-year-old is unwilling to stay with the Premier League club, according to reports. Tottenham finished ninth in the Premier League last season, preventing them from competing in European football championships. Bayern Munich won the Bundesliga.

Hoeness stated that Tottenham would not be able to turn down a bid of €80 or €90 million ($90 or $100 million) for the player, who has only one year left on his Tottenham contract, and that Kane wishes to compete in European championships.

“Now he has the opportunity to come back to a top club in Europe,” Hoeness added. “What we all like about him and his agents, his father and brother, is that they’ve always clearly stood by what they’ve said.” like’s fine if it continues like way.” Hoeness admitted that conversations with Tottenham manager Daniel Levy were problematic.

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“He’s clever,” Hoeness observed. “He isn’t specifying a price. First and foremost, we must lead him to the point of naming a price. He’s obviously playing for time. He’s astute and, in my opinion, a consummate professional; I admire him. But I don’t think these are folks who started doing this yesterday.”

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