According to reports, Tottenham Hotspur’s Harry Kane, a striker, has accepted a contract with Bayern Munich after the London club approved the Bavarian giants’ over-$100 million bid. Now, the internet is buzzing with Tweets about Harry Kane joining Bayern Munich.
With their talisman striker entering the final year of his contract, Tottenham reportedly accepted an offer of £86.4 million. Despite the fact that Kane looked to enjoy working with his new manager, Ange Postecoglou, he remained hesitant to sign a new deal since he was seeking a new challenge.
According to a tweet from David Ornstein, the 30-year-old is presently in the process of agreeing to a four-year contract with Bayern and is awaiting approval from Spurs to fly to Munich for his medical tests. With Kane’s upcoming departure, one of the best English strikers of his era will soon leave the nation. With 58 goals to his name, he is also England’s leading goal scorer, five more than the country’s former star forward Wayne Rooney.
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He has played in 435 games in all competitions and has scored 280 goals, a club record. This tally is just 47 goals short of Alan Shearer’s record and includes 213 Premier League goals, a record for one squad in the league. Harry Kane is the epitome of consistency, having scored at least 17 goals in each of his last nine Premier League seasons.
In the 2022–23 Premier League season, the 30-year-old finished second to Golden Boot winner Erling Haaland (36 goals) with 30 goals in 38 appearances. Kane has won the Golden Boot three times, in the seasons 2015–16 (25 goals), 2016–17 (29 goals), and 2020–21 (23 goals).
Despite his success in the Premier League, Kane was scoreless in the UEFA Champions League last year. He only managed one goal in eight games, and Spurs lost to AC Milan 1-0 in the Round of 16 as a result. Harry Kane concluded this season with 32 goals and five assists in 49 games across all competitions. He scored one goal in the FA Cup.
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