Tottenham fans convinced Harry Kane WILL quit in Bayern Munich transfer after Spurs drop huge hint on club website

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HARY KANE has reportedly reached agreement to join Bayern Munich – straight after Spurs dismayed fans with a huge hint on their website.

It’s thought the England skipper is now only awaiting the go-ahead from Tottenham to complete a £104million move by Friday.

Sunday Times
Harry Kane has reportedly sealed a move to Bayern on a four-year deal[/caption]
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Tottenham fans feared the worst when they saw Son Heung-min suddenly featured alone on the club website images[/caption]
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Kane initially fronted the website pics but, once he was removed, supporters knew everything was not all white[/caption]

The Athletic’s David Ornstein believes “personal terms” have been settled for his switch to the German giants on a four-year contract.

it followed Tottenham alarming fans by removing their “greatest ever player” from glitzy website images – leaving strikepartner Son Heung-min alone.

Kane, 30, just needs to take a medical before sealing a move – providing Spurs accept Bayern‘s latest offer.

England’s record scorer is under contract at Tottenham until next summer.

But he’s been enticed by Bundesliga kings Bayern offering double-your-money wages and, above all, the likelihood of him finally winning silverware.

And Spurs’ supporters went from fearful to devastated as Thursday night’s developments unfolded.

One posted: “Absolutely gutted, this hurts. He gave us so many great moments but we never backed his ambition if we’re being truthful. Our greatest ever player.”

Another said: “This actually hurts bro.”


Fans had started to lose hope once seeing the solo Son images.

At that stage one accused chairman Daniel Levy of trying to shove Kane out now he was so close to the door.

He wrote, “Levy really pushing the move” and a second added: “It’s so unbelievably over

A third admitted: “Son on his own hit me hard.”

But a more positive supporter issued a defiant message: “This has to be Sonny’s season.”

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