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Tottenham set price tag for Harry Kane amid Bayern Munich interest

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The Spurs are eager to sign a contract extension with their experienced striker.

Tottenham reportedly demands “at least £100m” to sell Harry Kane next summer as Bayern Munich maintain their interest.

Kane is under contract in north London until 2024, with no signs of a contract extension being imminent.

The England captain has become the cornerstone of Spurs’ attacking line since joining the club in 2010. Despite Tottenham’s struggle for consistency under Antonio Conte, Kane has registered 18 goals and two assists in his 26 league appearances for his side so far this season.

The 29-year-old’s performances have attracted interest from Bayern Munich, who could make a move for him next summer.

The Bavarians are eager to sign a new striker since Robert Lewandowski’s departure last summer. Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting has stepped up to become a reliable option at the heart of Bayern’s forward line this season.

The Cameroon international’s brilliant form convinced Bayern to extend his contract for another year earlier this week. However, the Bavarians are reportedly still in the race to sign Kane.

According to Football Insider, both Manchester United and Bayern Munich have maintained their interest in signing Kane. However, Spurs wants to fend off Kane’s suitors by putting a £100m price tag on the striker.