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Michael Owen’s reaction to Harry Kane’s potential transfer to Bayern Munich has gone viral

Michael Owen’s reaction to Harry Kane’s potential transfer to Bayern Munich has gone viral

Harry Kane could be joining Bayern Munich after a fee was agreed with Tottenham Hotspur

Michael Owen has gone viral after he reacted to the news that Bayern Munich have reached an agreement with Tottenham Hotspur to sign Harry Kane.

Over the last few months, Kane has been heavily linked with a move away from Spurs.

The likes of Bayern, Manchester United and Paris Saint Germain were all linked with the England captain.

After having three bids rejected by the North London club, it was confirmed on Thursday that Bayern have finally reached an agreement with Spurs over Kane.

It has been reported by The Athletic that the agreed package is worth over €100 million.

On the back of the latest development, former England and Liverpool striker Owen has gone viral after giving his views on the potential transfer.

He wrote on Twitter: “I know @FCBayern are a massive club and I have huge respect for them but if I were @HKane I’d stay put.

“There’s no great achievement in winning a trophy with them @realmadrid. I would understand. Or one or two top @premierleague clubs for that matter.”

Owen continued: “Becoming the all-time Premier League top goal scorer @SpursOfficial is a bigger achievement than winning the league in a country dominated by 1 team.”

Kane is currently Spurs and England’s all-time highest goalscorer, having scored over 350 goals for both club and country.

New Spurs boss Ange Postecoglou spoke about his team’s performance ahead of the new season.

He said: “The key for us, again, you could see that quite a few of the lads need match minutes, so to have tonight’s game and to get meaningful match minutes against a top opponent was good, and some of the performances were strong.

“Like we said at the weekend, you can see the intent is there from the players. There are still areas we need to improve, but the intent to try and play our football is there.”

Spurs are up against London rivals Brentford on Saturday as they begin their Premier League campaign.

Featured Image Credit: TNT Sports/Twitter@Transfers

Topics: Bayern Munich, Harry Kane, Tottenham Hotspur, Michael Owen, Football