Tottenham Hotspur chairman Daniel Levy says goodbye to Harry Kane.
Bayern Munich have finally got their man. “We have signed Kane from Tottenham Hotspur until June 30, 2027. He will wear the number 9,” the club announced on its official website on Wednesday. According to local media, the transfer fee is 120 million euros (approximately KRW 175 billion).
At the same time, Tottenham also announced on its official website that “Kane has left for Bayern”.
Kane is already a Tottenham legend. He has been at Tottenham for nearly 20 years, including the youth team. Since making his first-team debut, he has scored 280 goals for Spurs, surpassing Jimmy Greaves (266) to become the club’s all-time leading scorer. He also scored 213 goals in the English Premier League (EPL) with Tottenham and remains the EPL’s all-time leading scorer for a single club.
He left to win a championship. Despite racking up countless goals, Kane was never able to win a major trophy. He’s come close in the 2016-2017 EPL, the 2018-2019 UEFA Champions League (UCL), and the 2020-2021 English League Cup.
Kane has been lukewarm about re-signing with Tottenham this summer. He even considered staying at Spurs as talks with Bayern stalled, but when the opportunity arose, he jumped at the chance.
Levy expressed his disappointment with Kane’s departure. In an official statement, he said, “We tried to extend Kane’s contract for a long time, but he wanted a new challenge. He made it clear that he would not sign a new contract this summer and reluctantly agreed to the transfer.”
Still, he was grateful. “Kane has come through the academy system to become one of the best strikers in world football as a Tottenham player,” Levy said. It’s been an incredible journey to watch,” Levy said.토토사이트
“He was exemplary on and off the pitch and an inspiration to the younger players. We want to thank him for everything he did for us, for all the memories, for all the records, and he is always welcome back. A member of our family who will go down in history forever and deserves nothing but love and respect,” he said in a beautiful farewell.