Harry Kane: England captain has 'chosen his next club', and it's not Manchester United

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Tottenham face the risk of losing their all-time top goal scorer this summer after a German club submitted an opening bid for Harry Kane.

The English striker has established himself as one of the game's premier talents, consistently delivering remarkable performances on the pitch. However, the summer transfer window has brought about a significant development in Kane's career, leaving fans and pundits alike buzzing with anticipation. Recent reports suggest that the Tottenham Hotspur star has made a definitive decision about his future, and it's not good news for Manchester United.

Harry Kane: England captain has 'chosen his next club', and it's not Manchester United Tottenham Hotspur F.C.

Manchester United out of race

Harry Kane, the star striker and captain of the England national team, has dealt a major blow to Manchester United by indicating that he has chosen his next club. The Guardian suggest that Kane has set his sights on joining Bayern Munich this summer, with the German giants being confident about securing his services for a fee of £85 million. This development comes as Kane's contract with his current club, Tottenham Hotspur, is set to expire in just one year.

Kane, who has been a loyal servant to Tottenham for the past 12 years, has amassed an impressive record of 280 goals for the London club. The 29-year-old is England's all-time top scorer, with 58 from 84 caps, including the golden boot at the 2018 World Cup.

However, despite his individual success, he is yet to win a domestic trophy with the team. After Tottenham's failure to secure European football for the upcoming season, Kane is eager to fulfill his desire for silverware by seeking a move to a club with greater championship prospects.

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While Manchester United had been considered the most likely destination for Kane, Bayern Munich has now emerged as the leading contender for his signature, confirmed by ESPN. Thomas Tuchel, the head coach of Bayern Munich and a long-time admirer of Kane, views the English striker as the ideal candidate to fill the void left by the departure of Robert Lewandowski. With Bayern also in need of a prolific goalscorer, the German club has made Kane their top target and is actively pursuing a deal.

Kane's interest in Bayern Munich

Despite interest from other clubs, including Manchester United and Real Madrid, Kane has expressed a strong preference for joining Bayern Munich. The striker is reportedly enamored with the idea of playing for the German champions and has held positive talks with the club regarding personal terms. However, for the deal to have a realistic chance of success, it appears that Bayern will need to enhance their bid.

According to Sky Sports, Kane sees Bayern as a perfect opportunity to win trophies and avoid the potential awkwardness of facing his former club, Tottenham, as a Premier League rival.

As per The Evening Standard, Bayern Munich's guaranteed participation in the UEFA Champions League next season adds further allure to their pursuit of Harry Kane, unlike Tottenham, who fell short of European qualification.

Harry Kane: England captain has 'chosen his next club', and it's not Manchester United Tottenham Hotspur F.C.

Bayern Munich is optimistic about finalizing a deal for Kane and is actively planning their next steps in negotiations. The club, whose forward targets also includes Juventus’s Dusan Vlahovic, Eintracht Frankfurt’s Randal Kolo Muani and Napoli’s Victor Osimhen, believes that they can secure the services of the England hero for an overall fee of £85 million.

However, they will have to contend with Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy, who values Kane at £100 million despite his contract situation. While Bayern's initial bid was rebuffed, they remain committed to pursuing the transfer and are expected to continue discussions with Tottenham to reach an agreement.

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