Harry Kane Bayern Munich contract: Salary details revealed

Harry Kane’s move to Bayern Munich is nearing completion with everything now seemingly agreed between the two clubs while the England captain is believed to be happy to move to the Bundesliga. The €100m transfer should be confirmed soon once a medical has been completed. Below, we’ll go into details about Harry Kane’s Bayern Munich contract.

The forward departs after a memorable spell in North London which has seen Kane establish himself as one of the all-time great English strikers and the second highest scorer in Premier League history. While it’s possible that the 30 year old could later return to England to challenge Alan Shearer’s record, Kane has clearly decided to prioritise winning some trophies by moving to Munich, with major silverware having so far eluded him.

Given Bayern’s domination of a league they have won in each of the last 11 seasons, Kane is virtually guaranteed to win something in Germany. However it’s perhaps the chance to seriously challenge for a Champions League crown that will have been key in his decision, with Bayern one of the few clubs who could potentially challenge Manchester City in this season’s competition.

Harry Kane Bayern Munich contract – How much will he earn?

Bayern have been hungry to sign an elite level new striker to replace Robert Lewandowski who departed for Barcelona after eight years in Munich last summer. They’ve pulled out all the stocks to get Kane, unquestionably one of Europe’s best forwards, and that has included making him a big money proposal to get the deal over the line.

On top of a sizable transfer fee for a 30 year old with only one year to run on his present deal, Bayern Munich will more than double Kane’s Spurs wages according to The Athletic.

Kane has been earning around £200,000 per week in England, a figure which perhaps undervalued his worth given a number of Premier League players now earn much more than that figure. Spurs had offered him a big increase on that to stay put, but even Daniel Levy’s best offer was not believed to match the £480,000 per week that he’s set to earn in Munich.

As a result, Kane will become one of the top earning players in European football with his new salary eclipsing that of the biggest Premier League stars. He’s set to net a cool £25m per year in Germany to lead Bayern’s challenge for domestic and European honours.

How long is the contract?

Harry Kane’s Bayern Munich contract is believed to be a four year deal. Should he see it out, the Englishman will remain at the club until the summer of 2027 when he will turn 34.

The striker’s time in Germany will also coincide with both Euro 2024 and the 2026 World Cup when Kane will also get the chance to win an international trophy and potentially make amends for his costly penalty miss at the 2022 World Cup.

Given his development into a striker that can come deep and play a role in creating chances and build-up, it’s likely that Kane will still be a high level performer four years from now and he should at last have a fair bit of silverware to show for his efforts by that point.