manager Ange Postecoglou has requested  to resolve his club future quickly so that he can plan for his first season in north London.  have seen two bids rejected so far, although they are still a long way from Spurs’ £100million asking price.

Kane is reportedly open to the idea of joining up with manager Thomas Tuchel at the Allianz Arena. The 29-year-old is yet to win a trophy at club or international level after 14 years in and around the Tottenham first team.

Bayern’s latest offer – an initial £68.5m – was rejected by the Lilywhites. And although Postecoglou has made it clear that he wants Kane to stick around at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, the Aussie has also suggested that if the player plans to leave, he would prefer them to do so sooner rather than later.

“It’s fair to say I’m not relaxed about it,” Postecoglou said. “I know that every time I am talking to [the press], or whenever Harry is going to talk, that’s the first question you are going to get. So, you’ve got to deal with it.

“I think, for everyone concerned, we don’t want to be doing it for too long. I don’t think that is good for anyone. I don’t think it is good for Harry, I don’t think it is good for the club, because as laser-focused as we want to be, you end up repeating yourself along the way.

“But the flip side of that is I don’t want to put a deadline on it, because that adds even more pressure. You want these things to happen for the right reasons. The reality of it is he’s still a contracted player at our football club, so that’s the way I see him.

“It’s not like his contract is ending on the 12th [of August] and he’s got to make a decision, he’s got another year [on his contract]. So from that part, I am not relaxed but I am not putting pressure on him or anyone else at the football club, saying: ‘Well, we need to do this’. But I don’t think, deep down, any of us want it to go on for too long.”

Kane has less than a year to run on his Spurs deal and reports indicate that he has no intentions to sign a new one. This summer therefore represents club chairman Daniel Levy’s last chance to cash in on the striker.

In the case of Kane’s exit, Tottenham reportedly plan to fill the void by promoting Richarlison to first-choice frontman. Postecoglou is also expected to go after a young forward in the summer transfer market.

Spurs kicked off their pre-season campaign with a 3-2 defeat to West Ham earlier this week. Postecoglou will get another chance to assess his squad during a clash with Leicester City on Sunday.