Bayern Munich have reportedly reached an agreement with Tottenham Hotspur over a move for Harry Kane.
According to The Athletic’s David Ornstein, they have accepted a bid worth more than €100 million from the Bavarians for the 30-year-old.
The England international must now decide whether he wants to make the move.
Kane had made it clear that he wanted his future resolved before Spurs’ opening Premier League match against Brentford on Sunday.
Recent reports suggested he is leaning towards staying at the English club. It is unclear how he will react to this latest development.
The experienced striker only has a year remaining on his current contract, with the Lilywhites facing the risk of losing him for nothing next summer.
They tried to tie him down to a new contract, but Kane showed no indication he was interested in extending his stay.
Chairman Daniel Levy has maintained that Kane is not for sale in this transfer window.
But Bayern were confident they would ultimately be able to wrap up a deal for the England ace.
Despite the rejection of several offers, they continued negotiations with Tottenham and have reached an agreement with them.
But everything now depends on Kane, who can decide to make the move or remain at Spurs this summer.
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