How much is Harry Kane worth? Here’s the possible Bayern Munich transfer fee

Harry Kane turns 30 in July. With 285 goals in Tottenham colours, the England international will go down as the best player to don the Spurs jersey. Like every summer transfer window, Kane is being linked with a move away from North London.

As the Walthamstow native enters the final stretch of his career, time is running out for him. Despite his best efforts, silverware success has been difficult to force with Spurs. He forced their path to the 2019 Champions League final. In the EFL Cup, he has received the runner-ups' medal twice, coming up short of lifting the trophy.

Kane's potential suitors

With Manchester City content with Erling Haaland and Julian Alvarez, Kane's perennial suitors are out of the picture. In Erik ten Haag, he has an admirer in need of his services. Manchester United a renowned for their poor transfer record and have struggled to deal with Daniel Levy.

While everyone in the top half of the points table are active in reinforcing their squads, the Red Devils have been caught napping. They have made below-market bids for Mason Mount only to have them rejected in a couple of hours. The Cristiano Ronaldo size void was patched by Wout Weghorst, who failed to score a single goal in their Premier League campaign.

This allowed European bigwigs to enter the fray. Real Madrid were humbled by City in the Champions League and were a distant second in La Liga. While cash-strapped Barcelona continue to reinforce, Los Blancos saw Karim Benzema for a final swansong in the Saudi Premier League. The England captain fits their profile and checks all the right boxes to satisfy the Madridsta.

They will be in a scrap with Bayern Munich for Kane's services. The Bavarians have shown a concrete interest in his acquisition. While everyone assesses his situation, Bayern have had a bid rejected

Bayern Munich's transfer bid

Thomas Tuchel was on the receiving end of numerous spectacular displays by Robert Lewandowski. During his time at Stamford Bridge, the German manager saw Kane's excellence up close. In his limited time with Die Roten, he struggled with a proper number nine and has ear-marked the Tottenham captain as his key target.

Bayern's new hierarchy has followed the manager's instructions. To open negotiations, the German champions tabled a £60 million bid, one that was swiftly rejected by Levy.

Prizing away Kane would be an expensive endeavour as Tottenham has always had a £100 million price tag on their prized possession. However, given his declining age and the fact his contract runs out in the summer of 2024, they will allow him to leave.

It is speculated that Spurs will accept an £80-85 million fee plus add-ons. Dealing with the German giants is a preferable outcome rather than seeing him turnout in Manchester United colours.

It would also help them set up Kane for an exciting and silverware-laden time away from the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. The only thing missing in his career are trophies and Bayern's dominance in Germany will ensure that. He will also be vying for European honours, a feat no other English rivals can offer.