Harry Kane could make his Bayern Munich debut today after his arrival at the German champions was officially announced.
The England captain has completed his move to Bayern, signing a four-year contract after Tottenham agreed a deal worth more than £100million.
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And talkSPORT understands that Kane has been registered in time to feature in today’s German Super Cup final against RB Leipzig.
Spurs’ all-time top goalscorer failed to win a major trophy in England but could finally get his hands on some silverware on his first day as a Bayern player.
Bayern Munich vs RB Leipzig: How to watch
The German Super Cup will take place on Saturday, August 12.
Kick-off at the Allianz Arean is scheduled for 7:45pm UK time.
Fans can watch the game live on Sky Sports Football with coverage set to begin at 7:35pm.
Sky Go customers will be able to stream the match through their laptops or mobile devices.
Alternatively, fans can purchase a one-day NOW TV membership for £11.98 or a monthly one for £34.99 a month.
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Bayern Munich vs RB Leipzig: Team news
Thomas Tuchel could start with Kane leading the line if he feels that he is ready to feature straight away for this new club.
The striker has completed a full pre-season and scored four goals in his last friendly for the club, proving he is as sharp as ever.
He is likely to be flanked by Serge Gnabry and Kingsley Coman with Jamal Musiala playing in behind.
New Bayern signings Kim Min-jae and Konrad Laimer could also play a part.
As for Leipzig, former Chelsea striker Timo Werner may start up front with new arrival Lois Openda.
Dani Olmo and Emile Forsberg will provide the creativity in the front line while Kane will come up against Willi Orban and Mohamed Simikan should he start.
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Bayern Munich vs RB Leizig: What has been said?
Kane said goodbye to Spurs fans after 19 years at the club in an emotional video before Bayern confirmed the move on Saturday morning.
He said: “I wanted to be the first to tell you Tottenham fans that I’ll be leaving the club today.
“Obviously a lot of emotions going through me right now; sad to be leaving the club I’ve spent nearly 20 years of my life at, from 11-year-old boy to a 30-year-old man now.
“There’s been so many great moments and special memories, memories that I will cherish forever.
“I felt like it was the time to leave. I didn’t want to go into the season with a lot of unresolved future talk.”
Then, speaking to the Bundesliga club’s official website, Kane said: “I’m very happy to be a part of FC Bayern now.
“Bayern is one of the biggest clubs in the world, and I’ve always said that I want to compete and prove myself at the highest level during my career.
“This club is defined by its winning mentality – it feels very good to be here.”