Tottenham blocked Harry Kane from training ground and told him not to return via email before Bayern move

Harry Kane left Tottenham to join German champions Bayern Munich (Picture: Getty)

Tottenham reportedly blocked Harry Kane from their training ground and told him not to return via email before his summer move to Bayern Munich.

Kane came through the youth academy at Spurs and spent 19 years at the north London club before his transfer to the German champions earlier this month.

The England captain registered 280 goals and 64 assists across 435 games at Tottenham as he became the club’s all-time record goalscorer.

But Kane did not appear to get the treatment of a club legend on the final day of his transfer saga to Bayern.

According to The Telegraph, Kane did not say any face-to-face farewells to team-mates or staff and couldn’t gather his belongings after being told to stay away.

They claim that Kane was blocked from the club’s training ground and was told in an email that it would not be appropriate for him to return to say goodbye.

Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy was highly reluctant to sell Kane this summer but with just one year left on his deal, Spurs decided to cash in on their star striker.

Levy was especially reluctant to lose Kane to a Premier League rival and after intense transfer negotiations, Kane was unveiled as a Bayern player.

The 30-year-old has made an impressive start to life in Munich, registering three goals and an assist from his opening three games.

Meanwhile, Bayern are reportedly ready to reunite Kane with Tottenham and England star Eric Dier.

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