Munich and Tottenham made a deal to recruit Harry Kane.
Sports Bible, a sports media outlet, reported on the 21st that Bayern Munich agreed to certain provisions to keep the guaranteed transfer fee under 100 million euros (about 140.8 billion won) in Harry Kane’s contract.
A lot happened to Kane in the summer transfer window. Tottenham star Harry Kane moved to Bayern Munich on August 11. Kane, who joined Tottenham as a youth player at the age of 11, made his professional debut in 2011 at the age of 18.
Munich continued their tug-of-war with Tottenham for a fee. In the end, Munich raised the price Tottenham wanted, and Kane hesitated about the transfer. However, on August 11, it was finally decided that Kane would leave Tottenham. 슬롯머신
The contract to bring Kane from Tottenham to Munich was decided at 114 million euros (about 160.6 billion won) with an additional amount added to the initial 98 million euros (about 138.1 billion won).
Now a secret clause about Kane has been released. The first is the bonus Kane receives. Kane will receive an additional 250,000 euros (about 350 million won) if he scores 40 offensive points in the league and Champions League this season. He already has 28 offensive points, so he has only 12 goals or help before the ‘special’ contract clause is invoked.
This time, it is a clause Tottenham receive. As part of the Kane deal, Munich agreed to host two friendly matches against Tottenham and donate the full proceeds to Tottenham.
According to German journalist Maximilian Koch, Munich claimed to have agreed to the agreement to keep the guaranteed transfer fee below 100 million euros. It is still unclear when and how the game will take place.
For Kane, it will be an opportunity to play against his former team, where he has spent most of his career. Kane, who has a career-high 213 Premier League goals, was asked if he would return to England to break Alan Shearer’s record.
Asked if he was still thinking about the record, he said: “No, I’m not thinking about it at the moment. I accept the year and make the best decisions for myself in football. I’m just focusing on adapting to life in Germany and trying to score as many goals as possible for Bayern Munich,” he said.