Bayern Munich striker Harry Kane has been on an explosive scoring spree for a reason. His contract reportedly includes a special clause that allows him to receive a lump sum of 300 million won if he achieves a goal.
German Bild journalist Christian Falk wrote on social media on Friday (July 15), “There is a special clause in Kane’s contract with Munich. If Kane scores more than 40 attacking points in all competitions this season, he can earn an additional 250,000 euros (about $355 million) in bonuses,” he wrote on his personal social media account, adding that Munich had signed a bonus deal with Kane.
The Sun also reported, “Munich’s special deal with Kane has been leaked. It gives Kane an incentive to score more goals,” adding that he is “not far from reaching his target” and that it is only a matter of time before he receives his bonus.
Kane has been on a scoring spree since his move to Munich. After leaving Tottenham Hotspur just before the start of the season to play his first league game abroad, Kane was quiet against Leipzig in the DFL-Supercup, but made a successful debut with a goal and an assist against Werder Bremen in the Bundesliga opener.토토사이트
Kane followed that up with a multi-goal performance in a 3-1 win over Augsburg in round two, then added another goal against Leverkusen in round four, before finishing with three goals and two assists against Bochum in round five. It was his first hat-trick since arriving in Germany. Against Leipzig in Round 6, he scored a goal for a third consecutive game and added an assist against Freiburg for his fourth consecutive attacking point.
During a four-game goal streak from Round 8 against Mainz to Round 11 against Heidenheim, Kane scored nine goals, including hat tricks against Darmstadt and Borussia Dortmund.
In the UEFA Champions League, Kane’s four goals and two assists in four games have helped Munich to all four group stage wins, including two goals in a 2-1 win over Galatasaray in the fourth leg.
Despite being in his first season with the club, Kane has wasted no time in blowing up the German scene. With 17 goals in the league, he’s already surpassed the 16 goals he scored last season after just 11 games. With 23 games remaining, he could reach 52 goals if he keeps up his pace. That would put him well within striking distance of the Bundesliga’s single-season record of 41 goals.
Kane has 28 attacking points in 16 games, including both goals and assists. He’s just 12 away from his goal of 40. It won’t be long before he gets his bonus.
Kane, meanwhile, earns a weekly wage of £400,000 (approximately $653,000) at Munich. His annual salary is a whopping £21.4 million. “Kane’s bonus is a fraction of his weekly wages in Munich,” says Doucet, “and he’s tied to the Allianz Arena until 2027, so we want to make sure he’s as secure as possible.