The lengthy saga between Tottenham Hotspur and Bayern Munich over Kane’s transfer appears to be coming to an end.
After four official bids from Bayern and negotiations over additional clauses and payments, Kane is now ready to sign for the German giants.
The 30-year-old striker, who holds the scoring records for both Tottenham and England, will sign a four-year contract at Bayern. Tottenham are set to receive a fee of €100 million plus add-ons for their star player.
Kane had been waiting for confirmation on Friday as the clubs worked to finalize some bonus clauses in the deal. Upon landing in Munich this afternoon, Kane will head directly to Bayern’s training center, Säbener Straße, to complete his medical and sign his contract.
Providing the deal is officially completed with the DFL (German Football League) before 3pm on Saturday, Kane could potentially make his Bayern debut just hours later.
Bayern face RB Leipzig in the DFL Supercup at 8:45pm at the Allianz Arena in Munich. Kane will be hoping to lift his first senior trophy just one day after signing for his new club.
This concludes the breakdown of Kane’s impending transfer to Bayern Munich as reported by Kaveh Solhekol.
The England captain appears set to start a new chapter in his career in the Bundesliga after nine prolific seasons with Tottenham.