Tottenham Hotspur chiefs will meet a Bayern Munich delegation on Monday to discuss a move for striker Harry Kane.
According to the Daily Mail, Spurs chairman Daniel Levy canceled a meeting scheduled for Friday, although he will now meet with Bayern officials on Monday.
Bayern directors Jan-Christian Dreesen and Marco Neppe will be in London next week for negotiations.
The German giants are ready to offer Kane a four-year contract and have also sought to link up his England team-mate Kyle Walker, who could be on the move from Manchester City.
Bayern had an €80m bid rejected by Spurs two weeks ago and are expected to try again this week.
Kane has less than a year left on his current deal and his exit looks imminent after the Englishman has refused to renew his contract.