Bayern Munich chief Uli Hoeness has revealed how much the club actually paid to sign former Tottenham captain Harry Kane.
Kane joined the Bundesliga giants in the summer after scoring 280 goals with Spurs across 435 games.
The 30-year-old has had a bright start to life in Bavaria with nine goals and four assists in his first nine matches across all competitions.
It was reported Thomas Tuchel's side paid £86.4million, plus add-ons, to lure the England skipper to the Allianz Arena, though Hoeness has revealed the exact figure.
«We only spent 95 million euros to sign Kane,» Hoeness told German outlet BR24.
That converts to just over £82m, which signals a bargain for Bayern, given Kane has already taken to life in his new surroundings, whilst continuing to come up with the goods.
Many Tottenham fans ultimately feared the worst following his departure, Ange Postecoglou's side have had a bright start to the new season.
The north London side sit top of the Premier League with 20 points, and will do so for the new two weeks during the international break.
Spurs defeated Luton Town 1-0 over the weekend, with defender Micky van de Ven netting the all important goal for his side.
It meant they continued their unbeaten start to the campaign, with six wins and two draws from their first eight matches.
Speaking post-match Postecoglou said: «I've said from day one, I like winning. I love it. I get the team to play the way I want and try to create an environment that breeds success.
»I've gone into this with an open mind, and the results have been there so far, but it doesn't change where I think we are in terms of our growth.
«I don't get driven by the results at this early stage. Everyone we recruited in the summer has had a big impact which hasRead on talksport.com