We should be quick to say that the story goes back to 2012, but is no less interesting. This summer, intense work is being done for the Kane exit from Tottenham, where the price is guaranteed not to fall below a billion if that happens. For Nico Schäfer, this will be reasonably entertaining.
On Sunday, the former Union Berlin boss could point to the screen and boast that European Championship star Big Harry could well have ended up in Berlin after his tenure at Milwall in 2012..
-He was still a young prospect. We chatted with the club and several times with the agent on the phone. Kane was supposed to play next to Simon Terodde in the 2nd Bundesliga. What was special was his heading ability and that he was a striker who liked to run in behind. He would have been a really good match for Union, says Schäfer to Sport Bild.
Bundesliga 2, perfect for Union.
221 goals and 47 assists for Tottenham later, this will be a suitably good and easy-going summer story.