Bayern Munich and Tottenham Hotspur have reportedly reached a pivotal agreement regarding the transfer fee for striker Harry Kane, as reported by The Athletic.
The breakthrough in negotiations transpired on Wednesday, culminating in a proposed fee of €100 million. However, the final decision now lies with Kane.
The 30-year-old striker has previously expressed his desire for a resolution to the ongoing situation before Tottenham’s season opener against Brentford on Sunday. With the two clubs arriving at a fee consensus, Kane is now faced with the choice of either remaining at or departing from Tottenham.
Kane’s decision remains uncertain at this juncture. He has been relishing his time under the guidance of Tottenham’s new manager, Ange Postecoglou, and has exhibited a leaning towards staying with the club.
In the event that Kane opts to stay, there remains an element of ambiguity regarding a potential contract extension at Tottenham. The striker’s current contract is set to expire next summer, and discussions about a new contract have yet to make headway. Should Kane opt not to extend his contract, the possibility arises that Bayern might rekindle their interest in him and seek to secure his services as a free transfer.