Tottenham Hotspur is said to have reached an agreement with Bayern Munich for the transfer of England’s captain Harry Kane to the Bundesliga side.
Kane, who has been Spurs best player for several seasons, must now decide, and according to Sky Sports, the striker is said that he is inclined to stay with the Premier zleague club.
Kane’s current deal with Spurs will expire next season, and he is expected to decide his future before the start of the upcoming Premier League season — staring on Sunday, August 13, against Brentford
For Bayern to secure Kane’s services they must be will to pay a record fee to Spurs.
Despite Spurs struggled last season to finish ninth and eventually missing out on Europe football, the England international managed to score 30 Premier League goals.
Since signing for Spurs, he is yet to win a trophy — the club last won a trophy in 2008. He scored his first goal for the club in 2011, and went on to find the back of the net for 280 times in 435 appearances.
With 213 goals in 320 games, Kane is currently 48 goals short of Alan Kane wants his future to be decided before Tottenham’s Premier League season-opening match at Brentford on Sunday, August 13, live on Sky Sports. Kane’s contract expires next summer.
Last season, Spurs struggled, finishing ninth and missing out on participating in Europe. During that time, Kane scored 30 Premier League goals, although the team hasn’t won a trophy since 2008.
Kane made 435 appearances for Spurs after scoring his first goal in December 2011 and accumulated 280 goals.
With 213 goals in 320 games, he is currently 48 goals short of Alan Shearer’s all-time Premier League scoring record.
Many expected clubs like Manchester United and Chelsea to show interest in the 30-year-old this summer, but they never did.
United struggle to score last season because the club’s striker Anthony Martial is not always available for games due to injuries. The Red Devils played most of their games last season without the French man, but in most cases, Marcus Rashford always come to rescue Erik Ten Hag’s side.
Following United’s struggle, many thinks Kane would be a perfect striker to go for, and that will also gives the England captain the opportunity to equal or even break surpass Alan Shaerer’s Premier League record.
Instead, the 20-time Premier League champions signed Ramus Hojlund from Atalanta for £70 million.
Other also thinks Kane would sign for Chelsea after his former manager Mauricio Pochettino joined the Blues.