Bayern Munich have submitted their final offer for Harry Kane and now want a quick decision from Tottenham.
The German champions are ready to move on and look at other targets if Spurs drag their heels in response.
Bayern’s offer for the 30-year-old is worth more than €100m euros (£86.24m) with add-ons included, according to Sky in Germany.
Sky Sports News reported previously that there was at least a £20m gap in valuation. Bayern believe they have improved on this and feel their proposal is fair and final.
If Spurs accept the offer Sky Sports News believes the transfer could happen quickly.
Kane could potentially earn in the region of £11m net annually over the course of a five-year contract. That will be broken down into basic salary, number of games played and bonuses.
Tottenham’s record scorer also hasn’t ruled out returning to the Premier League in future.
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