Bayern Munich have agreed to what could be a €100m+ (£86.3+) deal with Tottenham Hotspur for Man Utd summer target Harry Kane.
United appeared to be interested at the beginning of the window, but Tottenham firmly they did not want to sell to a Premier League rival and therefore Manchester United looked elsewhere – with them eventually settling on Rasmus Hojlund.
There was still some hope from ex-pros that Ten Hag may still go for the prolific striker, but now it appears he’s Munich bound – with the two sides coming to an agreement.
Bayern Munich agree £86.3m fee to sign Harry Kane
As reported by the ever-reliable David Ornstein, Bayern Munich have reached an agreement with Tottenham to sign Harry Kane.
FC Bayern’s proposal is worth above €100m accepted and has been accepted by the London side. The 30-year-old has been leaning towards staying at his beloved club, but must now make a decision as to whether he makes the switch to Germany.
This is huge news and arguably the biggest transfer of the summer.
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What will Kane do?
Kane is now faced with a monumental decision. The ‘world-class‘ striker has the opportunity to stay in England and potentially become the all-time Premier League goalscorer, or in fact, move to Bayern and have the chance of winning silverware.
It all comes down to whether he now wants more personal accolades, or whether he wants to be competing for trophies like the Champions League.
Bayern are desperate for a forward and Kane would slot in nicely – ultimately being the successor to Rober Lewandowski, who left for Barcelona a year ago.
Balls in your court, Harry.