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Tottenham reject latest Harry Kane offer

The Lilywhites remain set on their valuation of the star

Tottenham have rejected yet another bid for Harry Kane from German giants Bayern Munich, with reports that the two sides are still thought to be around £25m apart.

The striker has been subject of interest from the Bundesliga champions all summer, and the two sides have been in constant dialogue over a move for the 30-year-old, who scored 30 Premier League goals last season.

It is thought that Bayern are willing to offer up as much as 100m euros for the striker, but Tottenham value him at closer to £115m, leaving something of a stalemate that neither side has as of yet conceded.

The deadline for any deal is considered to be the first game of the season, when Spurs take on Brentford at the Community Stadium, and Kane would like to know by that stage which club he will be playing for.

It remains unclear whether Bayern will come back with another bid for the Englishman before then, with some sources suggesting that this offer was their final one.

Last month, Ange Postecoglu admitted that he wanted a deal to be completed soon too.

On Friday he added: “We can’t wait (around) for a decision either way to get going. We don’t have the time or the luxury to do that. I’m working with what’s in front of me. You saw today that Harry certainly is invested in what we’re doing and we’ll keep on doing that unless something changes.”

Meanwhile, Tottenham are closing in on the signing of centre-back Mickey Van de Ven in a 50m euro deal from Wolsfburg, and have also signed young Argentine striker Alejo Véliz, with the pair undergoing medicals on Monday.

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Ben Browning

Football writer and analyst. Long-time writer of all things Arsenal and avid watcher of European football. Happy to discuss all things football over on Twitter.

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