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Revealed: How Thursday’s meeting for Harry Kane went between Tottenham and Bayern Munich

Tottenham and Bayern Munich met on Thursday to discuss Harry Kane...

Harry Kane remains one of the names dominating this summer’s transfer window.

Bayern Munich are pushing to sign the 29-year-old as they search for a new striker.

Tottenham, for now, are remaining firm over their not-for-sale stance, but the two clubs did meet on Thursday to discuss a potential deal.

Bayern-Tottenham meeting for Kane

Daniel Levy and Bayern Munich chief executive Jan-Christian Dreesen met on Thursday to discuss a potential deal for Harry Kane, according to Sky.

Whilst talks remain open between the two clubs, no meaningful progress over a deal was made during the meeting.

Kane remains open to all options, at this stage, but has today flown out to Australia for Spurs’ pre-season tour.

The Australian coach made it clear to Kane that he wants to build a more exciting, attacking Tottenham team and have him as the striker.

Meanwhile, FC Bayern are understood to be confident that the 29-year-old wants to join them.

Their latest offer stands at £70 million, a figure they will need to significantly improve upon for Levy to even consider.

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Jamie Brown

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