Bayern Munich and Tottenham Strike Deal: Harry Kane Transfer Nears with Substantial Fee

Tottenham and Bayern Munich are said to have come to an agreement regarding the transfer of Harry Kane, with the fee believed to surpass €100 million (£86 million).

According to reports from The Athletic, Tottenham has consented to sell Harry Kane to Bayern Munich. The Premier League club has acknowledged a bid of £86.4 million for the 30-year-old striker, a proposal that was submitted on Wednesday. The decision now lies with Kane, who has allegedly been presented with a five-year contract offer from the Bundesliga powerhouse, to determine whether he will opt for the move.

All parties involved—Tottenham, Bayern, and Kane—desired a resolution before the commencement of the new season, and it seems their wishes are on the verge of being fulfilled.

Kane is entering the final year of his contract, and Tottenham is keen to prevent his departure on a free transfer next summer, having been unsuccessful in persuading him to sign a new contract.

While the England captain is said to be enjoying his time under the management of new coach Ange Postecoglou and has contemplated staying with the club, his strong desire to win trophies before retiring has brought him to the precipice of departing from his childhood team.

Bayern’s pursuit of Kane has persisted throughout the summer, with Thomas Tuchel urging the club’s leadership to secure a deal for the prolific forward, who has netted an impressive 280 goals in 435 appearances for Tottenham.

Source: With Agencies

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