Bayern Munich agreed to key detail to keep Harry Kane's transfer fee below €100 million
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Bayern Munich agreed to a specific clause in Harry Kane's contract in order to keep the guaranteed transfer fee below €100 million.
The England international has enjoyed an ultra-prolific start to life in Germany, having scored an impressive 21 goals in all competitions - including 17 goals in the Bundesliga. He's just 13 goals or assists away from triggering a 'special' clause in his contact.
He scored two goals in their last game as he bagged brace in his side's 4-2 victory over Heidenheim on November 11.
Since his last appearance for Bayern, a new piece of information in his contract has come to light regarding his summer move.
As part of the Kane deal, the German giants agreed to TWO friendlies against Spurs with the entire proceeds going to the Premier League club.
That's according to German reporter Maximilian Koch, who claims this was agreed by Bayern in order to keep the guaranteed transfer fee below €100 million.
How and when the games will take place is still unclear.
It will be a chance for Kane to play against his former team, where he has spent the majority of his career.
The 30-year-old has played 435 games for Spurs, scoring an impressive 280 goals in all competitions.
He has 213 Premier League goals to his name and was asked whether he'd return to England to break Alan Shearer's record.
Asked whether he's still thinking about the Newcastle United legend's record, he replied: "No, it’s not on my mind right now. I take each year as it comes and make the best decisions for myself in football.
"My focus is just on trying to perform here, settling into German life and trying to score as many goals for Bayern Munich as I can."
Kane was also quizzed about a return to the Premier League, adding: "I’m not thinking that far ahead just yet. I’m at Bayern right now and focused on my next game, my next goal. Then it’ll be the one after that."