Tottenham Hotspur: Chairman Daniel Levy Irked by Bayern Manager’s Move To Ensure Harry Kane Transfer
(Photo : Michael Regan/Getty Images) LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND – Daniel Levy, Chairperson of Tottenham Hotspur, looks on prior to the Premier League match between Liverpool FC and Tottenham Hotspur at Anfield on April 30, 2023 in Liverpool, England.
Tottenham Hotspur chairman Daniel Levy did not like that Bayern Munich manager Thomas Tuchel talked to Harry Kane without them knowing, and now, he is planning to make the German club bleed.
It is no secret that the German giants want the services of the Spurs superstar. They seem to have gotten impatient as they now personally approached Kane behind Levy’s back.
German publication Bild reported that Tuchel personally visited Kane and discussed how his team could help him win the Champions League. He also enticed the English striker by telling him how he will be a cornerstone of Bayern’s campaign next season.
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Levy did not like the negotiations that did not seek the management’s permission. He is angry and made it known to his circle of friends.
Spurs initially rejected Bayern’s $109 million offer, and Levy will make it harder for the German club.
Harry Kane’s plans
Kane’s frustration has something to do with not winning major trophies as he enters his 30s. In April this year, he also lamented the lost values of the team that made them competitive under Mauricio Pochettino, who is now with rival club Chelsea.
He will report to the team next week for the pre-season, and fans hope he will address the speculations.
For Spurs’ part, they have made transfer moves to bring the club back to contention after finishing only in eighth place in the 2023 table.
The club signed James Maddison and Guglielmo Vicario to strengthen positions many believed were lacking last season.
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