Tottenham striker Harry Kane has reportedly agreed to join Bayern Munich this summer after speaking to the club through his agent and brother.
According to German outlet Bild, Kane, who is subject to interest from several clubs, has reached ‘an agreement in principle’ with Bayern over a sensational summer move, with negotiations conducted by Kane’s father and brother.
The Bavarians are desperate to land the 29-year-old England international this summer and had earlier submitted a £60 million bid for him. However, Spurs chairman Daniel Levy is insistent that Kane is not for sale this summer and has rejected the bid.
But despite Levy’s reluctance, Kane is eager to move to Germany to play for Thomas Tuchel’s side and has given his ‘yes’ to the deal.
The only thing holding up the deal now appears to be the rather sizable issue of Tottenham agreeing on a price for their wantaway star.
The England captain has just one year on his current deal in North London, and Levy knows that his age and contract situation does not put him in an advantaged spot while negotiating.
That being said, the Tottenham chairman has garnered the reputation of a tough negotiator for a reason, and he is well accustomed to forcing buyers to pay big money for club departures.