Bayern Munich have agreed a £86m deal to sign Tottenham striker Harry Kane, with the England captain now having a decision to make about his future.
Kane has been linked with a move to Bayern for several months, and the German champions have finally made their move. The deal is worth £86m up front, with a further £12m in add-ons.
Kane is now considering his options, with Tottenham still hopeful of keeping him. However, the lure of Champions League football and the chance to win trophies may be too much for Kane to resist.
Jamie Carragher and Rio Ferdinand have disagreed on Kane's next move. Carragher believes that Kane should stay at Tottenham and break the Premier League goalscoring record, while Ferdinand thinks that Kane should move to Bayern to win trophies.
Kane will have to decide what is more important to him: personal accolades or team success. If he chooses to stay at Tottenham, he will have the chance to break Shearer's record and become the Premier League's all-time leading scorer. However, he will also have to contend with the fact that Tottenham have not won a trophy since 2008.
If Kane chooses to move to Bayern, he will join a team that is regularly challenging for the Champions League and the Bundesliga title. However, he will also have to accept that he will be unlikely to break Shearer's record, as Bayern are not as prolific in front of goal as Tottenham.
Kane will have to weigh up all of his options carefully before making a decision. However, it is clear that he is facing a difficult choice.