The England skipper was the subject of a £60m offer from the Germany champions on Tuesday, which was rejected by Tottenham as it falls well short of their valuation of the player.
But despite Spurs and Daniel Levy’s determination to keep their talisman, who has one year left on his deal, Kane is keen on a move to Thomas Tuchel’s side, as revealed by Mail Sport earlier.
And according to the German outlet Bild, the two have now reached ‘an agreement in principle’ with negotiations conducted by Kane’s father and brother.
The only thing holding up the deal now appears to be the rather sizable issue of Tottenham agreeing on a price for their wantaway star.
Tottenham’s stance at present is that they will reject any offer for the 29-year-old, who they say is not for sale. But receiving a transfer fee in the final summer window before his contract expires may become a more attractive prospect.