Tottenham Hotspur and FC Bayern remain locked in talks over a deal for Harry Kane...
The two clubs held a meeting in London on Monday to see if an agreement could be found.
For now, no agreement is in place and there remains a gap in valuation of Kane...
Bayern-Tottenham Kane valuation
Bayern Munich are ready to pay a maximum of €100 million for Harry Kane, according to Sky.
The German champions’ offer would be €90m plus €10m in add-ons.
However, Daniel Levy and Tottenham are standing firm over their stance of wanting at least £100 million.
This leaves a gap in valuation of around £15m to £20m between the two clubs.
At the moment, it’s a game of poker and which club will blink first.
Tottenham run the risk of losing him for nothing next summer but Bayern really want a striker now.
So will Spurs compromise or will Bayern end up caving in to the north London club’s lofty demands?
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