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BREAKING! Harry Kane Decision on Bayern Munich Move, Tottenham Future CONFIRMED!

Harry Kane’s decision on his future at Tottenham has been confirmed, MySportDab reports.

Kane has been a hot transfer target this summer with Chelsea, Bayern Munich, and PSG all milling around Tottenham to sign the player.

Interestingly, Harry Kane has just a year remaining in his Tottenham contract but is yet to sign a new deal with the club.

MySportDab understand Tottenham are not willing to sell Harry Kane this summer and have reportedly plotted a new lucrative renewal proposal with a record £400,000 weekly pay package for the player.

Meanwhile, Bayern Munich are leading the race to sign the prolific England and Tottenham forward and have submitted two round of bids for the player which has been turned down by Tottenham.

It is understood Bayern Munich are not ready to back off from the move for Kane and have landed in London with their representatives for talks with Tottenham.

Amid rumors linking Harry Kane to a possible exit from the North London club this summer, Kane has been silent on his future with speculations he may chose to renew his deal or exit the club this summer.

Now, report reaching us from Fabrizio Romano has confirmed that Harry Kane has taken a decision on his future – a decision which Bayern Munich hierarchy are aware.

In a quote by Bayern Munich chief, Uli Hoeness, shared by Fabrizio Romano, Harry Kane has taken a decision on his future and is ready to join Bayern Munich.

The quote as shared by Fabrizio Romano reads;

“Harry Kane has very clearly signaled that his decision. If he keeps his word, we will sign him.

“Tottenham will have to give up. We have to get an asking price from Levy ”

“Rummenigge speaks to him regularly.”

Kane is Tottenham and England all time top scorer and has been primed by Bayern Munich as a replacement for Robert Lewandwoski.

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