Harry Kane ‘WILL join Bayern Munich in £104m transfer after agreeing personal terms and will sign four-year contract’

HARRY KANE is set to join Bayern Munich for £104millionAccording to reports.

The Bundesliga champions had been on the hunt for the striker all summer before finally receiving an offer from Tottenham this week.

Harry Kane has reportedly agreed to a £94.5million move to Bayern Munich


Harry Kane has reportedly agreed to a £94.5million move to Bayern MunichPhoto credit: Getty
Should he go, Kane would be Tottenham's record goalscorer


Should he go, Kane would be Tottenham’s record goalscorerPhoto credit: Getty



Spurs will receive an entry fee of £86m plus easily achievable surcharges to round the total to £104m.

It was then up to Kane to decide his future with only one year left on his contract – and by Thursday afternoon it was believed the forward was keen on staying in north London.

But late Thursday evening, the English captain is said to have decided to move to Germany and agreed to personal conditions the athleteThis is David Ornstein.

Kane, 30, is said to be on a four-year deal worth £415,000 a week – more than double his earnings at Tottenham.

Ornstein states the striker is “now awaiting the green light from Tottenham to travel for a medical and complete the transfer”.

According to SunSport, Bayern expect the transfer to be officially confirmed on Friday.

Kane has just one year left on his current Spurs contract and had turned down a £400,000-a-week extension earlier in the summer.

Should he leave, Kane will do so as Spurs’ record goalscorer after 19 years at the club and join at the age of 11.


He scored 280 goals in 435 games for Spurs – 213 of them in the Premier League.

That means he leaves England 47 goals behind Alan Shearer’s Premier League goal record of 260 goals.

Several offers from Bayern were turned down by Tottenham before they finally agreed on a transfer fee, but there was a risk their deal would be hijacked.

Kane was reportedly offered a “significantly better” contract by an unnamed club, which he was set to sign as a free agent next year.

Kane is expected to be unveiled at a press conference next week ahead of Bayern’s Bundesliga opener against Werder Bremen on Friday night.

Spurs fans have panicked after news of Kane’s departure and many are devastated after the club legend left.

Zack Zwiezen

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