Harry Kane is weighing up whether to join Bayern Munich and end his 19-year stay at Tottenham after the clubs agreed a deal that could be worth almost £100m. On Thursday night the indications were that Kane is leaning towards a move to Germany, with a medical pencilled in for Friday after talks gathered pace.
Bayern have been confident of Kane’s appetite to join since positive talks were first held with the player in June and subsequently they had three bids turned down by Spurs. Their latest offer, believed to be worth a guaranteed £86m with add-ons taking the total towards nine figures, has been accepted by Daniel Levy and Kane must choose between the lure of trophies at Bayern and the less predictable prospect of another year at Tottenham.
It is the most agonising of decisions for the England captain, who has been the subject of a summer-long pursuit from the Bundesliga champions.
Kane reached the Champions League final with Tottenham in 2019. However, he has never lifted a major trophy, and the team’s progress has stalled. An eighth-place finish in the Premier League last season meant Tottenham failed to qualify for European competition.
SPAIN: Real Madrid was dealt a major blow when goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois tore a ligament in his left knee, just two days before the team’s first game of the season.
The club said its star goalkeeper will require surgery, meaning he will likely be out for a large part of the campaign.
FRANCE: Neymar is headed for an exit from Paris Saint-Germain, following former teammate Lionel Messi away from the French champion in its turbulent summer.
The 31-year-old Brazil star is reportedly interested in a return to Barcelona, which he left for a world-record fee of 222 million euros ($244 million) six years ago.
BELGIUM: United States goalkeeper Gaga Slonina joined Belgian team K.A.S. Eupen on a season-long loan deal from Chelsea.
Slonina, 19, didn’t play a competitive match for Chelsea in his first season at the club following his move from the Chicago Fire. But he made his senior international debut for the United States in a friendly against Serbia in January.
Kane stands alone as a talismanic figure in Spurs’ modern history and, during a home friendly against Shakhtar Donetsk on Sunday in which he scored four times, was left in no doubt of the support’s desire for him to stay.
That speaks of the deflation many around Tottenham will feel if Kane accepts Bayern’s personal terms, believed to total about £400,000 a week, and selects a new challenge. A windfall would, however, help Postecoglou further stamp his mark on a squad augmented by six new signings at a cost of £100m. Dejan Kulusevski and Pedro Porro have also made their moves permanent.
Postecoglou would have the three remaining weeks of the transfer window to improve a side that looked stale for long periods of last season, although the loss of Kane would be a major blow.
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