Harry Kane Transfer Fee: Full details of Bayern Munich’s accepted bid

Tottenham Hotspur have accepted a bid from Bayern Munich for their star striker, Harry Kane. The two clubs have been in talks for the England captain all summer and after a series of rejected bids, the North London outfit have reportedly finally agreed a fee with the Bundesliga champions worth more than €100m.

The news comes after Kane reportedly told the Bayern Munich hierarchy that he wanted the transfer to be resolved one way or another before Tottenham's opening game of the season against Brentford on Sunday afternoon. The 30-year-old didn't want to move clubs after playing the first game of the season while Bayern also recently set their own deadline to get the deal done.

Interestingly, the reliable David Ornstein has stated that prior to this bid being accepted by Tottenham that Kane was leaning towards seeing out the final year of his contract at Spurs. As such, there is still an outside chance that England's all-time top goalscorer rejects the move and waits until next summer to leave his boyhood club on a free transfer.

On the flip side, if he does decide that his future lies in Germany, then the transfer should move quite quickly from this point. Kane's entourage have reportedly already agreed personal terms with Bayern Munich so all that would be needed from Kane's end is a completed medical and his signature. In theory, he could officially be a Bayern Munich player by the weekend.

Will Harry Kane accept the move to Bayern Munich?

After a summer of speculation, the fact the transfer has been agreed on the eve of the new Premier League season isn't ideal for Kane or Tottenham manager, Ange Postecoglou. Kane has reportedly been leaning towards staying with Tottenham for another season and a move overseas would scupper his chances of becoming the Premier League's all-time top goalscorer.

For Postecoglou, losing Kane this late in the window would be a disaster. The new Tottenham boss has been preparing for the season with Kane very much in his plans and if he goes then the club will be in a race against time to get another striker or two to replace the plethora of goals that Kane guarantees each season.

There is also a potential twist in the tale. With Spurs now agreeing a fee with Bayern Munich, a couple of Premier League clubs may look to test Levy's nerve by matching the offer. If accepted, then Kane would likely jump at the chance to join anther Premier League powerhouse so he can continue to chase Alan Shearer's goalscoring record.


Andy is a freelance Sports Journalist with ten years of experience covering football in the United Kingdom and abroad for various publications including the Manchester Evening News, UtdReport and Football Whispers. Andy also has a keen interest in basketball, cricket, golf and tennis and has covered major sporting events such as the Masters in Augusta.