HARRY KANE Seals £104 Million Move to Bayern Munich, Ending 19-Year Tottenham Stint

By Xorkpe Sosu 3 Min Read

HARRY KANE’s much-anticipated transfer has reached its climax as he finalizes his high-profile £104 million move to Bayern Munich.

Bringing an end to a protracted transfer saga, Kane concludes his remarkable 19-year tenure with Tottenham.

The leader of the England national team underwent a comprehensive medical evaluation at Bayern Munich, a trip he embarked upon alongside his wife Kate on Friday.

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Sealing the deal, Kane has affixed his signature to a four-year contract, reportedly valued at £415,000 per week—more than twice his previous earnings at Spurs.

Aged 30, Kane is slated to participate in Bayern’s showdown for the German Super Cup, set to take place against RB Leipzig on Saturday evening.

The negotiation process between Bayern and Spurs culminated in an agreed-upon fee of £104 million, following several rejected bids by the Bavarian club.

Following careful consideration of his choices, Kane gave his consent to the transfer and was prepared to embark on a flight to Munich on Friday morning. However, Tottenham had a change of heart and declined to grant permission, aiming to reexamine specific aspects of the agreement.

Subsequently, these concerns were addressed, and the forward commenced his journey to his new destination on Friday afternoon.

Exiting Tottenham, Kane holds the esteemed title of the club’s all-time leading scorer, having notched an impressive 280 goals across 435 appearances.

At the age of 30, Kane boasts 213 Premier League goals, placing him 47 goals away from Alan Shearer’s illustrious record of 260.

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With merely a single year remaining on his Tottenham contract, Kane had turned down a £400,000-per-week extension earlier in the summer.

In reference to the departure of the striker, Tottenham’s chairman, Levy, remarked, “”We sought over a long period of time to engage Harry and his representatives in several forms of contract extension, both short and long term.

“Harry was clear, however, that he wanted a fresh challenge and would not be signing a new contract this summer. We have reluctantly, therefore, agreed to his transfer.

“We have seen a product of our Academy system become one of the best players to ever pull on a Spurs shirt and become one of world football’s elite strikers. It has been a truly remarkable journey.”

“I should like to thank Harry for everything he’s done for us, all the memories, all the records –  we wish him and his family all the best for the future.

“It goes without saying, he’s always welcome back. He’s a much loved and valued member of the Spurs family, forever in our history.”

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