Kane is going to Bayern for one thousand 207 million taka!

Kane is going to Bayern for one thousand 207 million taka!

Kane is going to Bayern for one thousand 207 million taka! Bayern Munich are without a proven striker after Robert Lewandowski left for Barcelona. So they have been trying to bring Tottenham striker Harry Kane to the team for a long time. This time they reached an agreement with the English club. Bayern have to spend 100 million euros to get Kane, which is more than 1,207 crores in Bangladeshi taka.

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The transfer journalist Fabrizio Romano gave the news that Bayern Munich reached an agreement with Tottenham.

Harry Kane, this striker has been doing his job well for the past decade. However, the English footballer of Tottenham Hotspur has yet to see the face of a title, unfortunately.

Starting from the 2010-11 season. Harry Kane is still at Tottenham. Although he sometimes went to play on loan at a couple of clubs, Tottenham is his real home. Since the 2013-14 season, he has scored more than 20 goals every time in the league. Clubs and National Teams; In all, Kane has scored 354 goals in 584 matches so far, including 58 goals in 84 matches for the national team. But even that did not match the success of the team, even in the failed England national team.

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Harry Kane’s golden opportunity to win his first trophy came in the 2014-15 season. Spurs reached the finals of the Seber Karabo Cup. But they missed out on the title after losing 2-0 to Chelsea. Tottenham also reached the Carabao Cup final in the 2020–21 season, losing to Manchester City.

The all-time favorite trophy for European clubs is the Champions League. That’s where the opportunity came in front of Cain to make up for the lack of title. After a dream journey in the 2018-19 season, they lost to Liverpool in the final. Kane also now wants to leave the club in a bid to change fortunes after repeated team failures. But everything depends on Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy. Only Cain can switch sides if he wants to.