Harry Kane may be heading to Bayern Munich this season after Tottenham Hotspur agreed a deal in principle that would see the England international fetch £86m.
The deal was confirmed by the Athletic’s David Ornstein on Thursday, citing sources in Germany.
According to the publication, Kane, 30, has been leaning towards staying but must now make a decision, with one year left on his contract at the London club, before he can walk away as a free agent.
If Kane takes the exit door from the Premier League, it will bring an end to a years-long saga surrounding his hopes for silverware, with Tottenham’s trophy cabinet laying bare in recent years.
The deal being accepted comes just two days before the much-anticipated re-start of the Premier League on Friday night, with champions Manchester City facing off against Burnley, managed by ex-player Vincent Kompany.
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