Tottenham forward Harry Kane has agreed a move to Bayern. He is set to continue his career in a different country. He prepares to fly to Germany to complete the move. Agreed fee of £100m deal was initially blocked as Tottenham tried to renegotiate leaving Harry kane stuck at Stansted—as reported.
The issues are understood to have been resolved and Kane is expected to fly to Munich on Friday afternoon. The 30-year-old was expected to travel to Germany to undergo a medical ahead of signing a four-year. This will bring the end to his 19 years stay in the club.
The 30-year-old has been chased by the Bundesliga champions all summer before finally having a £104million bid accepted by Tottenham, his boyhood club. He is set to earn an estimated £400,000 a week if the deal goes through. He has been given permission to undergo a medical and is expected to sign a four-year deal.
Journalists questioned Bayern boss Thomas Tuchel this morning. Bayern boss Thomas Tuchel revealed the deal still had not been concluded.
He said: ‘You probably know more than I do about where he is and what he is doing right now. We’re working hard on it. I can confirm that. But as long as there is no agreement, the coach will not talk about it.’
Tottenham offered the England captain a fee that would double his £200,000-a-week terms and their chairman, Daniel Levy, turned down several bids from Bayern before accepting a fee that smashes the Bundesliga club’s €80m transfer record. Bayern are understood to have matched the £400,000-a-week wages offered by Spurs.
Harry Kane’s career stats at Tottenham. Harry Kane is arguably the most consistent Premier League striker of the last decade. He is the second to Alan Shearer in all time Premier League goals stat and Tottenham all time top scorer.
Kane has developed into a player who is far more than just a goalscorer.
In particular, his chemistry with Son Heung-min has made them one of the deadliest duos English football has ever seen. He has won the Golden Boot three times in his impressive career.
-1X Champions League runner-up
—1X Best Assist Provider
—5X Champions League Participant
—6X Europa League Participant
—4X Player of the Year