Harry Kane is reportedly taking drastic measures to ensure his transfer from Tottenham to Bayern Munich goes through.
Bayern Munich has been publicly courting the England striker, and with just a year left on his contract with Spurs, it seems likely that he will leave.
However, agreeing on a deal with Tottenham has proven difficult for Bayern, with their initial offers being rejected.
A Bayern Munich delegation traveled to London to negotiate, but no deal was reached.
As a result, Kane has reportedly set a deadline for a potential deal with Bayern.
Despite this, Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy remains firm on his valuation of €100m (£85.9m) for the 30-year-old.
Bayern is now preparing a third offer worth €95m (£81.6m), just short of Levy’s asking price.
If the deal goes through, it will be a club-record transfer for both Bayern and Tottenham.
Kane is also willing to sacrifice a significant portion of his salary to facilitate the move.
His wife has already been house-hunting in Munich, indicating their commitment to the potential transfer.
Both parties are confident that an agreement can be reached.
This article was updated 1 month ago