Harry Kane is on his way to Bayern Munich!

Harry Kane’s future at Tottenham had been relatively quiet for a few weeks, but rumors of a lucrative transfer away from North London have now burst back into life with a vengeance. Bayern Munich, who had previously been touted as a potential destination for the England captain, has joined the race for his services. He has been heavily connected with both Manchester United and Real Madrid, as both clubs want to bolster their offensive lines.

When it comes to Kane’s future, the summer is always going to be key for Spurs chairman Daniel Levy, since the striker is about to reach the final year of his Tottenham contract, and the Lilywhites will not want to lose their main man at all given what he provides to the team. Spurs have made it clear that if they accept a deal for their No. 10, they will reject it instantly.

Perhaps taking a big risk with Kane this summer given his market value and the possibility of him leaving for nothing in 12 months’ time, keeping the academy graduate at the club would only strengthen Tottenham’s aspirations of qualifying for the Champions League once again after missing out on the top four last campaign. A summer exit for Kane would leave Ange Postecoglou, Levy and the club’s new managing director of football with a huge task on their hands trying to somehow replace him.

Kane has proven in recent years that he is so much more than just a goal scorer, and Tottenham would simply be unable to replace him with just one player. Maintaining the striker at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium does give the club’s owner more time to persuade him to sign a long-term contract. Postecoglou’s attacking style of play may play a major role in whether he decides to sign or not because it could be crucial to Tottenham’s resurgence and ability to contend for major honors.

Kane has the opportunity to set the record while only representing one Premier League club, which emphasizes the reason why he might be enticed to stay at Tottenham for one more season before making a significant choice about his future in the coming summer. But Kane alone will be able to decide if Bayern Munich is the right team for him.

There is no doubt that the German team will need to significantly raise its offer if they want the Tottenham striker to be sporting a Bayern jersey at the beginning of August. Of course, Levy will make the final call, and Spurs supporters will be hoping he makes the right choice.

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