Bayern Munich have today agreed a deal in principle for striker Harry Kane, with Alan Shearer paying half of the fee.
The deal, which is expected to be finalised this week could see Kane finally leave Spurs in order to actually win something, for a fee of 100m Euros, with Shearer paying 50m.
A spokesperson for Bayern Munich confirmed, “Yes, Alan Shearer just offered to pay half. We’ve no idea why.
“We can confirm that we have now agreed a deal in principle to sign Harry Kane, for 100 million Euros.
“We were struggling to reach their demands but then suddenly got a call out of the blue from Alan Shearer saying he’d pay half the transfer fee if we agreed to sign him and take him out of the Premier League.
“We were over the moon so it looks like he could be coming.”
Asked to comment on the deal, and if it has anything whatsoever on him keeping his Premiership goalscoring record, Alan Shearer told us, “Absolutely not.
“I just had a bit of spare money lying around. I don’t even think about the record, ever.