Serial scorer Harry Kane can help Bayern Munich win the treble, which consists of the Bundesliga, UEFA Champions League and DFB Pokal/German Cup, with his goals during the 2023/24 season.

Kane has agreed to join Bayern from Tottenham Hotspur in a deal which could be worth up to €120 million ($131m), according to ESPN and Italian journalist Fabrizio Romano.

Romano disclosed this in the early hours of Friday while providing an update on Kane’s imminent move from the English Premier League to the German Bundesliga.

“Harry Kane to FC Bayern, here we go! Deal completed between all parties as Kane has given the final green light,” the Italian transfer expert tweeted.

“Tottenham to receive €100m fixed fee plus add-ons up to €20m package. Kane will sign a four-year deal, and he will fly to Germany today. Medical booked. Done deal.”

What Kane brings to Bayern

Kane is an expert when it comes to hitting the back of the net, having done the business of scoring goals consistently for Tottenham and netting 213 Premier League goals, 48 short of Alan Shearer’s all-time record.

The England striker, who has spent 19-years at Spurs with 280 goals in 435 matches across all competitions to his name but has won no trophy whatsoever, will certainly win silverware with Bayern, who have won eleven Bundesliga titles in a row.

However, Bayern wants more than just winning the German top-flight title, with the Bavarians very eager to win the UEFA Champions League, which they last won in the 2019/20 season.

Bayern actually fell short in the competition last season as they lost to eventual champions Manchester City in the quarter-final as they had no major striker following the exit of Robert Lewandowski to Barcelona.

The German giants did sign Sadio Mane from Liverpool, but that was not enough, as the Senegalese international is not known to be a number nine or hitman who scores goals consistently.

With Kane joining Bayern, they are certainly favourites to win both the Bundesliga title and the DFB Pokal/German Cup in the 2023/24 season.

The Thomas Tuchel-led side can also be backed to win the Champions League with Kane, who knows his way to goal, as they do look good to win the treble.

Another thing going for Bayern is that Kane is yet to win a trophy and this will be a huge motivation for the 30-year-old to celebrate winning silverware for the first time in his professional career as a footballer.

Bayern are the closest to a sure thing when it comes to trophies and with their streak of Bundesliga titles now stretching to 11 alongside five German Cups in that time, Kane’s wait for silverware would almost certainly be over within twelve months as he heads to Bavaria.

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