FC Bayern have now set a deadline on a deal for Harry Kane.
Following Monday’s face-to-face meeting with Daniel Levy, Bayern want a swift resolution to the situation.
The German champions are ready to move for other targets if a deal is not agreed before their deadline.
Bayern set Kane deal deadline
FC Bayern have set a deadline of midnight tonight for Tottenham to accept their latest offer for Harry Kane, as per the Telegraph.
FC Bayern will move for other targets if an agreement for Harry Kane is not found in the coming hours.
Significantly, the report adds that there is cautious confidence that a deal can be struck with both clubs moving towards an agreement.
As of Monday, there was a difference in valuation of around £20 million, with Spurs asking for at least £86 million plus add-ons.
Therefore, one of the clubs is likely to have budged on their stance since that face-to-face meeting in London.
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