Harry Kane is set to move to Bayern Munich as Tottenham Hotspur agrees to a €100m transfer fee

Kane's Premier League journey includes 320 appearances, accompanied by an impressive tally of 213 goals and 50 assists

(Football News) Kane’s potential move is making headlines as Tottenham Hotspur reportedly agrees to a €100m transfer fee for England captain Harry Kane by German club Bayern Munich, as per reports from The Athletic. Despite leaning towards staying at Spurs, the 30-year-old now faces a pivotal decision.

Having made 320 appearances in the Premier League, Kane has impressively scored 213 goals and contributed 50 assists along the way.

Not only is Kane the leading goal scorer in Tottenham’s history, but he also holds the second position for the most goals in Premier League history, a mere 47 goals away from Alan Shearer’s record of 260 goals.

His international record is equally remarkable, boasting 58 goals in 84 appearances for the England senior national team.

If the deal is finalized, it would mark a historic moment for Bundesliga, as it would become the most significant transfer in its history. The German media reports indicate that contract preparations are in progress, pending the player’s successful completion of a medical examination in Munich.

The Bavarians, who secured their 11th consecutive league title last season, are eager to bolster their attacking prowess and contend for the Champions League championship once again. Standing at an imposing 1.88 meters tall, Kane’s commanding presence in the penalty box, coupled with his aerial proficiency, positions him perfectly to capitalize on the crosses delivered by Bayern’s wingers and full-backs.

Bayern frequently encounters Bundesliga opponents who adopt deep defensive positions, making a player of Kane’s caliber vital in breaking through such low blocks. With increased influence over club transfers following a board reshuffle in May, Bayern Munich coach Thomas Tuchel views the English striker as the ideal solution to the team’s challenges.

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