Harry Kane is awaiting permission from Tottenham to fly to Germany for treatment on Friday before moving to Bayern Munich.
After Kane was informed an agreement had been reached between the clubs. He decided to accept Bayern’s offer.
It is understood the 30-year-old was being driven to Stansted Airport this morning. when he was banned from flying
He turned around and is now at his family’s home near the airport awaiting permission to fly.
Despite suggestions that Tottenham attempted to change the deal at the last minute But they said the deal with Bayern Munich remained unchanged.
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Bayern set to sign England captain
Bayern are willing to pay Tottenham £86m upfront for Kane, with add-ons completing a deal of almost £100m – a club record.
Kane has one year left on his contract and if there is no indication he will renew. Spurs felt agreeing to move was the worst-case scenario.
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Kane scored 30 Premier League goals last season in a disappointing campaign for Spurs as they finished eighth, missing out on European competition. While they haven’t won a trophy since 2008.
Kane has scored 280 goals in 435 appearances for Spurs, netting his first goal in December 2011.
With 213 goals in 320 games in the Premier League. He has now scored 48 goals, breaking Alan Shearer’s record as the top scorer in Premier League history.
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The view from Germany: I can’t imagine Kane saying ‘no’.
Sky Germany Florian Plettenberg:
“Bayern news source Munich have confirmed to me that they have an agreement in principle with Tottenham for the signing of Harry Kane from Bayern’s point of view. The deal is not 100 per cent complete as the latest details must be clarified between the club and This is currently in progress.
“Honestly, I can’t imagine Kane saying no, it’s a completely different situation with Kyle Walker, because Kane has made it clear that he wants to join Bayern. Verbal that he could sign a contract until 2028.
“It will be a 5-year contract with the potential of additional options. He will become their top earner and Bayern are 100 per cent sure Kane will join them.
“This is why Bayern did not give up and continued negotiations with Daniel Levy.
Merse: Spurs in bottom half if Kane goes
Sky Sports’ Paul Merson:
“Tottenham cannot refuse this amount with one year remaining on his contract. When they thought he would walk free at the end of the contract”
“Yes, he’s 30 years old, but I don’t really care about that. his way of playing I think he can easily play until he’s 35 or 36. He doesn’t rely on speed. His brain is as good as anyone.
“Today I am still shocked here. And I don’t know why Manchester United didn’t buy him. if they buy He’ll have another good 4-5 years out of him. And they will win the Premier League.”
“You have no choice. Of course, they can’t let him go to waste next season. Whoever you are and in this day and age And I know there’s a lot of money in the Premier League but you’d be angry.
“Will this Tottenham team be in the top four next season? I’d be shocked, so it’s not like you keep him and make it into the top four for sure. So whatever we lose by selling him You get it back.” In the Champions League, that’s not going to be the case.
“Kane scored 30 goals last season and Spurs didn’t even come close. You feel sorry for Ange Postecoglu, but you’re talking about a team that could be in the top four if he stays. Against a team not in the top half.” If they leave, they won’t even be in the top half!
“Who’s going to score the goal? They finished 8th last season. I like James Maddison, he’s a good player. But Leicester are relegated.
Bayern’s pursuit of success or trophies?
price is what you pay Value is what you get. While Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy is negotiating numbers with Bayern Munich CEO Harry Potter. Kane is debating what this transfer will bring him. and what will be worth
Although he implied that he was open to change. But his belief would be unfair to leave if the deal was not completed before the first Premier League game of the season. It’s a reminder of his loyalty to the boyhood club.
Kane, of course, is not about money. He will become Bayern’s highest earner. But the driver of this move was his legacy.
For this reason, the Premier League’s goalscoring record is an important factor. He opened up about his ambition to add that historic accolade to his goalscoring record for Tottenham and England. And it has been used in the past to argue why. He will not move abroad. After scoring 30 goals last season It’s a statistic in sight as well…
Sky Sports senior correspondent Peter Smith looks at the decisions Kane faces.
Why Kane is the perfect match for Bayern
Bayern Munich wants to negotiate But they don’t want to bargain. Germany’s last 11 33-time champions won consecutively Want the best player in Kane, Bayern can be sure they identify him.
This is why they are preparing to break the Bundesliga transfer record to bring the England captain to Bavaria. Even though he’s 30, the hope is that Kane will be able to make a difference in the short term and help Bayern win the Champions League they want.
Perhaps it would feel wrong to suggest that Bayern were again top scorers in the Bundesliga last season with 92 goals, but a striker is needed…
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