Bayern Munich’s second bid for Tottenham star Harry Kane will be turned down.
Tottenham are no longer interested in cashing in on their ace striker this summer.
Per The Mail, a Bayern offer of £70 million plus add-ons is now not viewed as somewhere close to sufficient.
Kane solely has a year final on his contract, however Daniel Levy would instead lose him on a free next summer season than sell him for a low fee now.
Bayern are eager to land Kane, while the forward would not mind moving to Germany.
Manchester United are additionally in the race for Kane, but Spurs’ demands from any domestic rival would be even greater.