In the latest edition of his newsletter on July 13th, Fabrizio Romano confirmed that Bayern Munich is determined to secure the signing of Harry Kane from Tottenham Hotspur during the summer transfer window.
Despite the challenges involved in the deal due to Daniel Levy's resistance to letting go of the player, Bayern Munich remains steadfast in their pursuit of Harry Kane. According to Romano, Levy is "fighting to keep the player."
New Spurs manager Ange Postecoglou has engaged in discussions with Kane and plans to continue doing so. We are still awaiting Kane's final stance after these conversations with the manager.
Multiple outlets and journalists such as Florian Plettenberg of Sky Sport Deutschland have already reported the exclusive interest of the England international in joining Bayern Munich without even considering any alternative.
It is important to note that there is currently no concrete information regarding any negotiations between PSG and Kane, mostly because of the player's straight rejection of entering conversations with any club not based in Bavaria.
Romano warned in his post that although he revealed the interest of PSG in Juventus striker Dusan Vlahovic, as we reported yesterday, he "never indicated Kane's involvement" in negotiations with PSG. Per Romano, "As of now, I am not aware of any advanced or definite contact between PSG and Kane."
Romano went on to confirm, though, that "Bayern Munich, alongside Thomas Tuchel, are actively working behind the scenes to make progress on this deal."
This makes sense considering the player has seemingly informed Tottenham and Bayern that in the case he ends up moving away from the British island he'd only do so for such a move.
Bayern will "continue to push forward with hopes of making the transfer happen," said Romano. "However, Bayern are aware that negotiating with Daniel Levy will be challenging."
It looks like PSG will indeed have to start looking in another direction following this report and prior ones informing about the preference of the England international in either joining Bayern or staying put in London playing at Tottenham Hotspur.