Harry Kane could end 14-year trophy drought just 32 hours after £104m Bayern Munich transfer

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HARRY KANE could win his first career trophy – just hours after his move to Bayern Munich.

The Tottenham and England hitman is on the verge of completing a sensational and big-money move to the German giants.

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Harry Kane is on the verge of completing a £104million move to Bayern Munich[/caption]

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Kane could win his first-ever trophy tomorrow if he plays in the German Super Cup[/caption]

Bundesliga champions Bayern had a £104million bid for the 30-year-old accepted by Spurs on Thursday.

The deal is expected to go through by the afternoon – meaning Kane will be eligible to play in the Bavarian’s season opener tomorrow night.

That match will see Thomas Tuchel‘s troops lock horns with RB Leipzig in the German Super Cup.

So that means Kane could potentially bag his first-ever trophy a mere 32 HOURS after joining the Germans.

For that to happen, however, his transfer must officially be completed and registered by German footie chiefs before 12pm Central European Time.

Kane is set to undergo a medical his morning ahead of his move to the Allianz Arena.

The Spurs academy graduate is set to leave the Premier League with the division’s all-time leading goalscoring record within his sights.

Kane – who has found the back of the net 213 times in the league – is a mere 41 goals away from breaking Alan Shearer‘s record.

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His imminent departure has divided opinion among Prem footie fans, although former Spurs hitman Gary Lineker has urged him go and win trophies with Bayern.

The Match of the Day presenter told SunSport: “I think Harry will leave Tottenham.

“And he should do. I think he wants to go and that they will make it happen.

“The time is right for him, and the right club has come in for him.

“Munich is a lovely city and Bayern are one of the great clubs in world football.

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Harry Kane is set to leave the Premier League – despite the all-time goalscoring record being in his sights[/caption]

“Alan Shearer is willing to drive Harry to the airport because he wants to keep his Premier League goalscoring record intact.

“But Harry is already the all-time record scorer for England and Tottenham.

“The game is about winning team honours rather than individual records and that is what Harry needs.

“I don’t see Spurs finishing even close to the top four next season.

“And if Harry doesn’t win trophies with Bayern then he really must be a jinx.”

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