Harry Kane joins Bayern Munich training for first time after £104m Tottenham transfer ahead of potential debut TONIGHT | The Sun

HARRY KANE has been pictured training for Bayern Munich for the first time ahead of his potential debut.

The England captain completed his £104m switch to the Bundesliga champions ahead of their Supercup final against RB Leipzig tonight.

Kane, 30, was registered by Bayern in time for him to be named in the squad after the club rushed the deal through.

The Bayern newbie has since been getting used to life in Germany and has taken to the training pitches to sharpen his skills ahead of the final.

The club posted a couple of videos of Kane joining his new team-mates for training.

In one clip, he gives the cameraman a fist bump before making his way onto the pitch to join the likes of Leroy Sane and Serge Gnabry.


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He was then ushered through a "welcome alley" of the Bayern players along with Matthijs de Ligt who was celebrating his 24th birthday.

Kane has since taken to social media to suggest that he will play tonight as he Tweeted: "First run out. Feeling good. Looking forward to the game later 🙌."

Kane had bid an emotional goodbye to Tottenham fans earlier in the day as he shared a video to his social media.

Moments later Bayern officially announced his arrival as he signed a £415,000-a-week four-year contract.

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Bayern announced the signing with a James Bond-style video on social media.

Kane enters a cinema donning a tux in the clip and makes his way through the lobby and purchases a ticket.

He then locates the No.9 seat before turning to the camera to say “action” as the film – which is a movie titled “Kane” – starts.

Kane is Spurs' all-time top scorer with 280 goals in 435 appearances and he was just 47 goals short of Alan Shearer's record Premier League tally of 260.

Thomas Tuchel's side take on cup winners RB Leipzig at the Allianz Arena in their first match of the season as the two clubs battle for the German Supercup.

It will be Kane's chance to win a major honour and put an end to his wait that he endured at Spurs.

However, many fans have claimed that Leipzig have the "chance to do the funniest thing" by winning the game by making Kane wait even longer.

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