Bayern Munich and Tottenham have reached a verbal agreement for the transfer of Harry Kane to the German club. The Bavarians will pay Tottenham a full 100 million euros for the forward's services, and now everything is in the hands of the player, who must decide whether or not he wants to leave the London club.
Harry Kane is Tottenham's all-time top scorer, with 280 goals in 435 matches. The striker's future in London has long been in doubt, as president Levy has repeatedly rejected offers from various European clubs. Before Bayern's interest, the captain of the English national team was targeted by Manchester United. However, the latter quickly withdrew from the race.
One of the reasons is the reluctance of the Tottenham president to sell Kane to another rival club in the Premier League. The most concrete case was that of 2021, when Manchester City expressed concrete interest in Kane, and the player himself agreed to a transfer to the Etihad. However, Daniel Levy broke off talks with City, deeming Kane unsellable.
However, now that the striker has only 1 year left on his contract with Spurs, it seems that the London club has decided to benefit financially from the sale of his card, avoiding the zero cost departure of their best player.
Kane has scored 213 goals in the Premier League, and needs just 48 more to break Alan Shearer's record for most goals scored in the English Championship. However, the player has not won any major trophy with Tottenham, while Bayern is consistently a team that secures trophies, both in Germany and in Europe. This means that Kane is faced with a difficult choice, but in all likelihood, the English bomber will accept the offer from the Bavarian giants.