Harry Kane has been discussing the summer of speculation that led to his move to Bayern Munich, and has suggested there were talks with other clubs regarding a possible transfer.

Rumours regarding Harry Kane had been ongoing for the last few years, and it seemed inevitable that the striker would leave Tottenham this summer.

Heading into the final year of his contract at the North London club, it became clear that Kane was keen to move on and try to win some trophies.

The transfer saga was the talk of the summer. Bayern Munich had two offers rejected by Spurs for the England captain, but eventually got their man in a deal which could be worth over £100 million (Sky Sports).

Kane has made a fantastic start to life in Germany, too, with four goals in five games for the Bundesliga champions (Transfermarkt).

Harry Kane

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Who else wanted to sign Harry Kane from Spurs?

Bayern were not the only team to be linked to Kane over the summer, with reports suggesting Manchester United (Mirror), PSG (Sky Sports), Chelsea (Metro), and Real Madrid (EuroSport) were all keen.

Now, Kane himself has revealed that there were talks with other clubs before he made the move to Bayern Munich, and insists the German side were the only club he wanted to sign for.

In a press conference clip shared by Football Daily, Kane said: “I know there were some talks between a few clubs in the background but Bayern were a team I was really interested in and excited by.

“There wasn’t too much discussion once they came in. Obviously, it was between them and Tottenham to talk, and then the deal got done. My focus is here, I decided to come here and I’m really glad I have.”

Spurs Web Opinion

I am glad Harry Kane got the move he wanted and am especially glad he’s not playing in the Premier League for another team. Hopefully, he can achieve everything he wants to achieve over in Germany and get the trophies he deserves.

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