Bayern Munich officials traveled to London tonight to try to sign Harry Kane. In an attempt to capture England captain Harry Kane, the German powerhouse Bayern Munich sent a team to visit Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy at a central London hotel. Tottenham has offered Harry Kane a post-retirement role in an attempt to keep him, despite Bayern Munich's desire.

Bayern Munich, who had wanted to conclude a £60 million deal for Kane, believes the striker wants to move to Germany. Even though he would accept proposals beyond £100 million, Levy has told Real Madrid that the club's star player is not for sale.

Kane will go to Australia tomorrow to start Spurs' preseason tour, which will get underway on Tuesday in Perth against West Ham. The striker's contract expires at the end of this year, and according to sources in Germany, Bayern apparently made an offer last week.

The Spurs have denied receiving a proposal and continue to resist the prospect of losing their best player this summer. He now earns a weekly basic income of £200,000, but with bonuses, he may earn up to £300,000.

Harry Kane yet future uncertain

Furthermore, Spurs have offered Kane post-retirement employment with a weekly salary of £400,000. The striker's contract with Tottenham expires at the end of the 2023–24 season, and interest from European teams has made his future uncertain.

In an effort to keep Kane at the club, Spurs are aiming to provide him a foothold for a future coaching career. If he wants to coach after retiring, there will be a place available at Tottenham.