Tottenham and Bayern Munich set to clash after Harry Kane agreement inserted into deal

Tottenham are reportedly set to face Bayern Munich in a friendly match this summer. The arrangement was made during the negotiations for the Harry Kane transfer to the Bundesliga outfit before the start of the season, with the England international set to return to his old stomping ground in August.

Spurs decided to part ways with Kane over the summer after it quickly became clear that he would not extend his contract with the north London outfit. After having several offers knocked back initially, Bayern reached an agreement with Tottenham to sign the striker for £82million, and the forward hasn’t looked back since.

Kane has scored 26 goals in 23 appearances for Thomas Tuchel’s side and is comfortably the top scorer in the Bundesliga with 22 goals. The 30-year-old is on course for a record-breaking season and is expected to finally get his hands on at least one trophy by the end of the campaign.

Tottenham have also enjoyed a strong start to the season, with Ange Postecoglou implementing a new system which ensured that the team were not reliant on one sole goal-scoring outlet, as they were previously. Kane will be able to see how his former side are getting on under the management of the ex-Celtic boss at the end of the season, it has been revealed.

According to BILD, as part of the negotiations for Kane, two friendlies will take place between Bayern and Tottenham, with the first game scheduled for the second week of August. The match is set to take place in London, with Spurs receiving the proceeds.