Tottenham Hotspur president Daniel Levy responded to the United States vacation to Bayern Munich (Germany)’s ultimatum to sign Harry Kane, the leading goal scorer of the England national soccer team.
The British media Telegraph reported on the 6th (Korean time), “Chairman Levy has decided not to accept Munich’s offer. He left for a two-week vacation to the United States with his family.”
However, it seems that Levy’s trip to the United States does not mean the suspension of negotiations with Munich.
German media Bild said, “There is a possibility that Levy will meet Tottenham owner Joe Louis in the United States.”
Owner Lewis has said that if Kane does not renew the contract, he will sell it.
Earlier, Munich issued an ultimatum to Tottenham asking them to inform them of Kane’s transfer by the 5th local time.
Munich initially offered up to 80 million euros (approximately 115.1 billion won) for Kane’s transfer fee, but Tottenham continued the tug-of-war saying that they could not negotiate for less than 100 million euros (143.9 billion won).안전놀이터
In the end, Munich, which took a step back, proposed again conditions including an additional contract for 100 million euros, but the negotiations were stopped when Chairman Levy suddenly took a vacation.
With less than a week left until the opening of the EPL, Kane’s transfer to Munich is again in the dark.
Kane also puts leaving this summer as his top priority, but he is thinking of staying if his move is not decided before the opening.
Kane pushed for a transfer to Manchester City (England) in 2021, but stayed. Kane’s contract expires next summer.
Kane is one of the best strikers in the world. Along with Tottenham’s record of all-time goals (280 goals), the England national team also continues his record of all-time goals with 58 goals in 84 A matches.
Also in the EPL, he is second in total scoring (213 goals), following Alan Shearer (260 goals).