Kane transfer not yet done: Tuchel

Kane transfer not yet done: tuchel0

Harry Kane has not yet moved to Bayern Munich from Tottenham Hotspur, but Bayern coach Thomas Tuchel said on Friday that the German champions are working hard to finish the deal.

The England captain is due to arrive in Munich later on Friday to finish the deal, which is likely to cost a Bundesliga record 100 million euros.

Tuchel said, “We are putting all of our effort into this deal.” “We can guarantee this, but there isn’t a deal yet, and if there isn’t an agreement, the coach can’t talk about a person who isn’t on their team.

“I know there are a lot of “if” and “when” questions. Any choice is possible. The first is to have him on the team as a player, which he is not yet.

“This is very important. We are trying to get the captain of England out of the Premier League.”

The coach said he didn’t know if Kane would be able to play on Saturday when Bayern starts their season against RB Leipzig in the German Super Cup.

“We just finished our last practice before a big game. Tuchel said, “I won’t get involved in the last few hours of a transfer.” “Everyone has their own job to do.”

The Bundesliga starts next week, and on August 18, Bayern plays Werder Bremen.

The Bavarians, who won the league for a record 11th time in a row last season, have been trying to get Kane for a while because they want to improve their offense and fight for the Champions League title again.

Kane joined Tottenham’s youth program when he was 11 and made his first-team appearance in 2011. He has never won a big domestic or international club prize.

He has spent most of his career at Spurs, where he has set a club record with 280 goals in over 430 games. He has also scored 58 goals for England in 84 games, making him their all-time top scorer.

He also has 213 goals, 47 less than Alan Shearer, who has the most goals in Premier League history.

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