Bayern Munich has seen their latest bid for Harry Kane accepted by Tottenham in one of the stunning swoops of the summer, and the Germans will now proceed to complete the transfer.
The Bavarians had wanted to sign the Englishman all summer, and Tottenham have turned down several bids for their star man while offering him a new big-money contract to stay.
Kane did not sign the new deal as he wanted to leave the club, but Spurs did not move as they held on for big money or keep the England captain.
Ahead of the new season, Kane informed the clubs that he wants his future to be sorted before the new season starts on Friday and Spurs have decided to let their captain leave.
How much is Harry Kane worth?
Daily Mail reveals Spurs have accepted almost £100 million for the England record goal-scorer and they will make huge money from a player who has clocked 30.
Bayern has not replaced Robert Lewandowski since the Pole left to Barcelona and the Germans will feel they finally have their man, which is a big deal for them.
They would now look to reach full agreements on personal terms and complete the transfer, while Spurs will move on from a long-running saga and focus on getting a replacement for their star man.