Harry Kane has reportedly completed his transfer to Bayern Munich from Tottenham Hotspur in a deal worth around €120 million.
According to Florian Plettenburg, the 30-year-old has signed the contract with the Bavarians after completing his medical.
The Bundesliga club could make the official announcement on Saturday morning.
Kane confirmed his exit from Tottenham on his Twitter account, saying he ‘felt this was the time to leave’ the club.
Tottenham tried their best to extend the stay of Kane, who is one of the greatest players in the history of the club.
They were ready to make him the joint-highest-paid player in the Premier League to sign a new deal, but he wasn’t interested.
Chairman Daniel Levy was ready to risk losing him for nothing next summer after he rejected several bids from Bayern Munich.
However, the English businessman ultimately changed his stance by agreeing to sell him for a fee worth up to €120m.
Spurs fans will be highly disappointed with the departure of their most important player but they will likely understand why he left.
Despite being such a world-class striker, Kane is yet to win a trophy – mainly because of the overall quality of the Lilywhites squad.
He has opted to join the Bavarians, who are almost guaranteed to win the Bundesliga title and compete in the Champions League.
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