Alan Shearer has hailed Harry Kane as ‘the best’ after the England captain secured a £100 million transfer from Tottenham Hotspur to Bayern Munich.
The information was formally confirmed on Saturday after a dramatic Friday wherein Kane lastly flew to Munich to bear his medical and finalize the deal.
One man who needs to be content material together with his transfer is Shearer, who’s more likely to retain his Premier League scoring report, with Kane leaving the division 47 behind Alan Shearer’s tally of 260.
After finishing the transfer, Kane tweeted, “Have been given an incredible welcome to me and my family in Munich over the past 24 hours! Buzzing to have signed for such a huge club with an incredible history, can’t wait to get started!
In response, Shearer put aside his jokes about the scoring record as he remarked, “You’re the best Harry.” Good luck. You deserve success.’
Bayern Munich have confirmed the £100 million signing of striker Harry Kane from Tottenham Hotspur
Newcastle legend Alan Shearer has instructed Kane he’s ‘the best’ and wished him luck
It comes a day after Shearer took to social media and jokingly instructed the 30-year-old to go away Tottenham.
The 52-year-old shared a photograph of herself being mocked as an airline pilot, accompanied by the picture with the caption, “Come on Harry, it’s time to go!”
It has been hotly debated whether or not Kane ought to go away the Premier League to win trophies with Bayern Munich, or stick with Tottenham to interrupt the BBC pundit’s goalscoring report.
Jamie Carragher and Rio Ferdinand took to social media to precise their opposing views on the controversy between awards and silverware on Thursday.
Alan Shearer’s PL goalscoring report is rather more talked about than his PL winners medal. That report shall be enormous for HK,” Carragher wrote on Twitter.
“The big advantage of going to Bayern is the guarantee that he will play CL football and have a chance to win that trophy every season. It’s not about their domestic trophies, they’ll win them anyway & I’m sure he’d rather have the PL record than the Bundesliga!’
Moments later, Ferdinand waded into the debate and struck a different tone.
“You don’t start your (sic) career saying you want to be the golden boot winner – you want to win things for your team,” he stated.
Kane leaves the Premier League 47 objectives behind Newcastle icon Shearer’s scoring report
Alan Shearer beforehand posted this picture telling Kane it was time to go to Bayern Munich
“You only make it personal honor if that’s your only option! Good luck @HKane.’
Kane’s move to Bayern Munich shows his desire to win trophies, having won none in his time at Tottenham.
In his first interview with the club, Kane highlighted Bayern Munich’s “winning culture” as a robust issue behind his transfer.