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Tottenham news: Thomas Muller makes Harry Kane transfer claim as pre-season friendly in doubt

Here is your Tottenham morning roundup on Saturday, July 8.

Thomas Muller discusses Harry Kane to Bayern Munich

Tottenham star Harry Kane has been linked with a move to Bayern Munich this summer, with the German side already seeing one bid turned down for the striker. With just one-year remaining on his contract with Spurs, there's plenty of rumours surrounding an exit this summer.

However, Thomas Muller was refusing to be drawn in on discussing the possibility of linking up with Kane, telling BILD: "I’ve actually told myself that as long as something is not done, it’s not worth talking about.” However, he did have plenty of praise for the England captain, adding: "I don’t know anyone that doesn’t like him.”

READ MORE: Tottenham youngster outlines Ange Postecoglou ambition and his two major influences at Spurs

Pre-season friendly in doubt

Tottenham Hotspur could end up with new opponents for their friendly pre-season match in Singapore on July 26 with claims that Roma could pull out of the clash. Spurs are currently scheduled to play former coach Jose Mourinho and his Serie A outfit at the Singapore National Stadium that day, kicking off at 12.30pm UK time.

It is the final match of a pre-season tour for Ange Postecoglou's side that will take them to Australia to face West Ham United on July 18 and also Leicester City on July 23.

Read the full story here.

Scott Munn start date delayed

Scott Munn's official start date as Tottenham Hotspur's new chief football officer has been delayed after a prolonged exit from The City Group, understands.

Munn, who has been Chief Executive Officer of City Football Group China since 2019, was meant to officially start work at Tottenham on July 1. He is meant to come in essentially as chairman Daniel Levy's number two and the club have confirmed the Australian will take charge of all footballing departments.

Read the full story here.

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