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Jamie Carragher and Mark Goldbridge clash over Harry Kane after Bayern Munich agreement reached

Jamie Carragher and Mark Goldbridge clash over Harry Kane after Bayern Munich agreement reached

Carragher and Goldbridge have differing views.

Bayern Munich have agreed a fee with Tottenham for the transfer of Harry Kane - and Jamie Carragher and Mark Goldbridge had differing feelings on social media.

The 30-year-old England captain now has a straight choice between Spurs and Bayern, with personal terms needing to be agreed with the Bundesliga side.

Should Kane depart the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, Ange Postecoglou's side would need to source a replacement. And 90min claim they have spoken to Gent striker Gift Orban over a potential transfer.

Another key issue for Kane, meanwhile, is that a move to Bayern would limit his opportunities to break Alan Shearer's goalscoring record.

The forward could succeed in Germany before returning to the Premier League to resume his goalscoring - but is currently 47 goals behind Shearer's tally of 260.

And while Carragher believes that Kane should stay in the Premier League, in order to break the record, Goldbridge is of a different view.

Carragher and Goldbridge clash on Twitter

Taking to Twitter, Carragher responded to reports of Kane's agreement with Bayern Munich by stating: "Alan Shearer's PL goal record gets talked about a lot more than his PL winners' medal.

"That record will be huge for HK. The big plus for going to Bayern is to guarantee he plays CL football and a chance to win that trophy every season.

"It's not about their domestic trophies, they'll win them anyway and I'm sure he'd rather have the PL record than the Bundesliga!"

Goldbridge, however, took a different view in response: "That's only because Shearer talks about it more. Medals over records. Records will be broken. Medals stay forever."

According to Sky Sports News, meanwhile, Kane is now 'increasingly likely' to stay at Tottenham, despite Bayern having had a bid accepted.

Fabrizio Romano, meanwhile, has claimed that Kane's decision will likely be final by the end of the day, as the striker does not want to fly to Munich on Friday or Saturday.

Featured Image Credit: Getty / Mark Goldbridge/YouTube

Topics: Harry Kane, Premier League, Tottenham Hotspur, Bayern Munich, Jamie Carragher, Mark Goldbridge