Case closed. Two years after his failed transfer to Manchester City, Harry Kane finally left Tottenham. But this saga will take time to resolve. Officially signed by Bayern Munich, the English striker could make his debut this Saturday against RB Leipzig, as part of the German Super Cup. Excellent opportunity for the 30-year-old striker to win the first trophy of his career. On the other hand, Spurs chairman Daniel Levy reacted to the departure of his former player in a press release. “We have long been looking to commit Harry and his representatives to a contract extension, both short and long term. However, Harry has made it clear he wants a new challenge and will not be signing a new contract this summer. So reluctantly we accepted his transfer.Can we read first?
“We have seen a product of our academy become one of the best players to ever wear a Spurs shirt and one of the best strikers in world football. It was truly a remarkable journey. During his 19 years at the club, Harry has been an exemplary professional on and off the field and an inspiration to young players who dream of following in his footsteps. I want to thank Harry for everything he has done for us, all the memories, all the records, we wish him and his family all the best for the future. Needless to say that his return will always be welcomed. He is a much loved and valued member of the Spurs family who will forever live in our history.”, concluded the Tottenham chairman, clearly ready for the return of the English star in the future. What is certain is that despite the lack of collective trophies, Harry Kane would have marked the history of the London club.