Manchester United target and Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane has agreed personal terms with Bayern Munich.

The England international had another fantastic season for the north London club, scoring 32 goals across all competitions.
His form has caught the eye of elite European clubs, and Bild report that Bayern are now leading the hunt to sign him.
The Bavarian giants have agreed terms in principle with the striker following a meeting with his brother and father this week.
Their opening bid of around €70m was rejected by Spurs, but they are anticipated to make a renewed offer for him soon.
Kane will enter the final year of his Spurs contract next month, and the club could be compelled to sell him for around €100m.
United are also firm admirers of the 30-year-old striker, but Spurs chairman Daniel Levy is reluctant to sell to a direct league rival.
Levy could prefer to offload the club’s prized asset to Bayern rather than seeing him join United on a free transfer next summer.

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