Bayern Munich are not worried about potential interest from Paris Saint Germain in Tottenham’s Harry Kane, with negotiations set to continue this week.

That’s according to journalist Florian Plettenburg, who say Bayern bosses ‘fear no danger’ about the apparent interest from the French giants.

According to his information, Bayern CEO Jan-Christian Dreesen and technical director Marco Neppe have stayed behind in Munich to hold negotiations with Tottenham over Kane, rather than going on the club’s pre-season tour of Japan.

The German giants have a ‘clear’ strategy when it comes to further negotiations with Tottenham, which are set to enter ‘crucial days’.

The plan is for Bayern to meet Tottenham and Daniel Levy with ‘total respect’ and, preferably, quietly. The best-case scenario for them would be a personal, face-to-face meeting with Levy to get a deal over the line.

Whether that is possible remains to be seen but the sentiment from Germany is that Bayern can get a deal for Kane over the line, and they don’t fear the England captain could end up going elsewhere.