Tottenham Hotspur have finally accepted an offer from Bayern Munich for striker Harry Kane.
That’s according to The Athletic’s David Ornstein, who reported on Thursday (citing sources in Germany) that after a protracted summer of negotiations, Spurs have agreed to sell Kane to Bayern for a fee in excess of €100 million.
The 30-year-old England captain must now decide whether he wants to join the Bundesliga champions and there have been suggestions he is leaning more towards staying at his boyhood club in recent weeks.
Harry Kane is in the final 12 months of his Spurs contract but is said to have enjoyed working with new manager Ange Postecoglou and hoped to have his future settled before the club open the season against Brentford on Sunday.
Whether he now decides his chances of winning silverware are better at Bayern remains to be seen. If not, Spurs will be hoping to convince him to sign a new contract rather than potentially losing him on a free transfer next summer.