Bayern Munich has reportedly submitted their final offer for Harry Kane and has set a deadline of Friday night for Tottenham to “take it or leave”.
The German champions, who are in pole position to sign the England striker, are ready to move on and look for other targets if the London club fails to accept their offer tonight.
Spurs chairman Daniel Levy has already rebuffed a bid of £85 million for the Englishman.
According to Sky Germany, Bayern has made a bid of more than £86 million, including add-ons for the prolific attacker.
Spurs are asking for a fee closer to £100 million for their prize asset, but Bayern, according to the Daily Telegraph, may walk away and investigate other options if a deal is not agreed quickly.
Kane wants his future settled before Spur’s first Premier League game of the season on August 13 at Brentford.
Accordin to reports, if Kane does not obtain his move to Bayern, it is assumed that he will serve out the remainder of his Spurs deal before leaving for good next summer.