Tottenham Hotspur are making an all-or-nothing effort to keep Harry Kane out of the hands of Bayern Munich. The club has made a mega offer to its striker, reports The Guardian.
Tottenham counterattacks and makes Kane the ultimate proposal
Kane is in the concrete interest of Bayern Munich, which also made an offer, but if it is up to Tottenham, he will stay in London. Kane currently earns around 230,000 euros a week and could get quite a bit on top of that if he signs a new contract. He’s sober and in no rush to sign, claims The Guardian. Meanwhile, Bayern is lurking for its chances.
Bayern recently made an initial offer of seventy million euros for Kane, which was referred to the trash. There is a good chance that the champion of Germany will come back for him again. Tottenham hopes to thwart a transfer with a significant salary increase and ambitious sporting plans from new manager Ange Postecoglou.
Manchester United bid for Onana
Manchester United have made an initial offer for Andre Onana. Sky Sport Italia and The Athletic report this. There is a good chance that Internazionale will reject the offer.
Manchester United and Inter have been talking to each other for some time about Onana, who would like to make the move to Erik ten Hag’s club. There is now an offer of forty million euros plus five million in possible bonuses. Inter is betting on sixty million, but there is a chance that the two clubs will eventually find each other.
Onana knows Ten Hag from his time at Ajax and was praised for his playing ability. Should he make the move to Manchester United, he will replace David De Gea. The Spanish goalkeeper is now officially unemployed and has not yet come to an agreement with the club. The English club management made a new contract proposal, but reportedly withdrew it. In the background, Manchester United is fully committed to the arrival of Onana.
Earlier it also became clear that Manchester United has set its sights on Feyenoord goalkeeper Justin Bijlow, on whom no official offer has been made so far. The clubs are in contact with each other.