Kane leaves Son Heung-min to join Kim Min-jae in Munich first look at what to expect

High-level meeting of both clubs scheduled for London, England
Transfer fee expected to be up to €100 million

It is looking increasingly likely that England’s top goal scorer Harry Kane will leave Son Heung-min (Tottenham) and join up with Kim Min-jae (Bayern Munich).

German outlet Bild reported on Monday that senior Munich officials have traveled to London, England.

Munich president Jan-Gristian Dresden and general manager Marco Neppe are expected to hold talks with Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy over the Kane transfer.

They were due to meet last Friday, but Levy postponed the meeting once before.

Fabrizio Romano, a journalist who follows the European soccer transfer market, also believes a deal for Kane is in the works, saying, “Munich officials are preparing to meet with Levy in London.”

Kane is a one-club man, having spent 13 seasons at Tottenham, including a loan spell earlier in his career.

As of last season, he has 280 goals and 64 assists in 435 official appearances.

He is one of the best strikers in the English Premier League (EPL) and in the world, but he has yet to win a league title.

Kane came close to leaving Tottenham for Manchester City (England) two years ago, but after a series of twists and turns, he opted to stay.

Kane’s contract expires next summer. With him holding out for a new deal, Tottenham will need to offload him this summer if they want to get a big transfer fee.

The key is the transfer fee. Munich have offered €80 million, but Tottenham chairman Levy wants €100 million.

Local reports suggest that Munich will accept Tottenham’s offer.

The Bavarians hope to finalize a deal for Kane before the start of the 2023-2024 season. The Bavarians open the new season with a Super Cup match against Leipzig on Sept. 13.

They then open the Bundesliga against Werder Bremen on the 19th.

If Kane goes to Munich, it will be the second time he’s been linked to a South Korean soccer player.

The Bavarians previously bolstered their defense with the signing of “monster defender” 토토사이트 Kim Min-jae from Napoli (Italy).

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