English striker Harry Kane has officially left the English club Tottenham Hotspur and joined the German giants Bayern Munich. The 30-year-old England’s captain has agreed to terms with the Bundesliga record champions until 30 June 2027. Harry Kane will wear the number 9 shirt for the Bavarians.
kane’s journey at tottenham
Harry Kane joined the Tottenham Hotspur academy in 2004. Before signing his professional contract in July 2010, he represented the club at all junior levels up to U18. He made his senior debut for Tottenham Hotspur in 2011.
achievement at tottenham
Harry Kane played 435 competitive games for Spurs. Before leaving for Bayern, he scored 280 goals, making him the highest scorer in the history of the club. Out of 280 goals, Harry Kane scored 213 goals in the English Premier League. He is the second top scorer in Premier League history, only behind the legendary Alan Shearer. Kane has won the Premier League Golden Boot on three occasions: 2016, 2017, and 2021.
Despite scoring loads of goals for Tottenham, England’s most prolific goal scorer has never had the privilege to lift the trophy with the club. His best finish in the Premier League came in 2016/17 when Tottenham finished second, six points behind the then-champion, Chelsea FC. He also played in one UEFA Champions League Final in 2018/19 in a losing cause.
harry kane’s statement
Harry Kane’s message to Spurs fans after confirming he is leaving after nearly 20 years with the club:
“It’s not a goodbye because you never know how things pan out in the future, but it’s a thank you, and I’ll see you soon.”
“We have reached an agreement with Bayern Munich for the transfer of Harry Kane. Thank you for your incredible contribution to our Club over the years, Harry .”
bayern munich’s statement
FC Bayern President Herbert Hainer: “Welcome to Munich, Harry Kane! We’re very happy about this top-quality new arrival. The transfer required tenacity, bite, and perseverance – my compliments to all those involved in these negotiations at FC Bayern, led by our CEO Jan-Christian Dreesen. Harry Kane will not only strengthen FC Bayern but also be a real asset to the entire Bundesliga.”