After an extended period of negotiations throughout the summer, Tottenham Hotspur has ultimately given their approval to Bayern Munich’s offer for striker Harry Kane. This information comes from David Ornstein of The Athletic, who, citing sources in Germany, reported on Thursday that Spurs have conceded to selling Kane to Bayern for a sum exceeding €100 million.
Harry Kane, the 30-year-old captain of the English national team, is now faced with the decision of whether to join the Bundesliga champions. Recent indications suggest that he has been inclining more toward remaining with his childhood club.
Although Kane’s contract with Spurs is set to conclude within the next 12 months, reports suggest that he has been content working under the guidance of new manager Ange Postecoglou. He was ideally looking for a resolution regarding his future prior to the club’s season opener against Brentford on Sunday.
The question now is whether Kane believes his prospects of achieving silverware are greater at Bayern. Should this not be the case, Tottenham is hopeful that they can persuade him to commit to a new contract, thereby avoiding the potential risk of losing him on a free transfer next summer.