New Delhi: The transfer-saga surrounding England’s captain Harry Kane took a huge turn this Saturday, July 15. Tottenham’s forward possible move from the club was brewing for a while, but now official signs that the prolonged deal could be completed with Bayern Munich’s boss Uli Hoeness giving a public statement regarding Kane.
Uli Hoeness public statement regarding Kane
Bundesliga’s heavyweight Bayern Munich have already rejected by the Spurs chairman Daniel Levy. However, the German club’s boss Uli Hoeness issued a massive statement on the situation this evening.
Uli Hoeness, has expressed his thoughts that he is confident that Harry Kane, the captain of the England national team and a player for Tottenham Hotspur, will join Bayern Munich this summer.
“Harry Kane has clearly signalled in all conversations that his decision stands – and if he keeps to his word, then we’ll get him, because then Tottenham will have to buckle,” Hoeness told Sport1.
“Kane wants to play internationally and luckily for us Tottenham will not be active internationally next year,” he added.
Kane, whose Spurs contract expires next June, scored 30 Premier League goals last season.
PSG, Man United, Chelsea all eying on Kane
Paris Saint-Germain are attempting to hijack Bayern Munich’s bid for Harry Kane, having been given renewed encouragement the Tottenham Hotspur striker would play abroad.
The France giants have long-standing interest in the English forward, but that cooled earlier in the summer when it felt like a deal was difficult to do. All of this comes amid one of the driving forces of the summer market, which is a host of major clubs – including PSG, Bayern, Manchester United and Chelsea – looking to bring in a marquee goalscorer.
Kane career at Tottenham
The England captain has scored 213 goals for Spurs and is the second-highest scorer in Premier League history behind Alan Shearer. He needs 48 more goals to break the record.