Spurs and Bayern Munich have a particular arrangement thanks to the signings of Eric Dier Josh Lawless and Harry Kane.
Spurs and Bayern Munich have a particular understanding thanks to the signings of Eric Dier and Harry Kane.
Spurs and Bayern Munich have a new contract after Harry Kane and Eric Dier were signed recently.
Following a season-long contract extension, Dier was selected on the bench against Werder Bremen on Sunday, when he was reunited with Kane in Bavaria.
He was signed by Bayern to give them additional defensive insurance in the middle, and they have the option to keep him for an additional year.
Dier’s move comes after England captain Kane, who ultimately left Spurs in the summer to pursue major trophies, signed an £82 million deal.
For Thomas Tuchel’s team, Kane has scored 26 goals in 23 games in all competitions.
He has a contract that offers him a massive £218,000 bonus for six more goal involvements. Daniel Levy also reports that Spurs have the option to buy Kane back should he decide to increase his Premier League goal total in the future.
But when Kane signed the document, there was also an intriguing agreement that the two sides would play two friendly.
According to German writer Maximilian Koch, this provision was added to keep the guaranteed transfer fee below the €100 million guarantee.
The first encounter is scheduled to occur in London during the second week of August at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, according to The Sun.
Spurs will keep all of the money earned from the game, but the date of the rematch has not yet been announced.
Spurs have already played Bayern in preseason action; in 2019, the North London team participated in the yearly Audi Cup.
Spurs finished first in the campaign and defeated Bayern on penalties at the Allianz Arena following a 2-2 draw in the championship match.
The lone trophy the two earned at Spurs was the victory, which Kane scored off the bench while Dier did not play.