This pivotal declaration paved the way for a high-profile summer transfer to Bayern Munich, a move that saw the prolific striker leave behind his status as Tottenham’s all-time leading goalscorer.
Despite Kane’s remarkable achievements at Spurs, his departure was tinged with a sense of unfulfillment, having concluded his time without securing a coveted trophy. While flirtations with a transfer to
Manchester City were thwarted by Spurs in 2021, the England captain found a new home in Bayern, securing a €110m (£94m) deal in August. Remarkably, Kane seamlessly adapted to his new surroundings, both on and off the pitch, even as he grappled with being separated from his wife and children who remained in England.
Harry Kane Interviewed
In an exclusive interview with FourFourTwo, Harry Kane opened up about stepping out of his “comfort zone” after nearly two decades at Tottenham. Reflecting on the unfamiliar terrain of the transfer process, he stated, “It was a first for me to feel how these transfers happen, and to be a part of one.”
Kane’s impact at Bayern has been nothing short of spectacular. Acting as the successor to Robert Lewandowski, he has swiftly become a goal-scoring force, finding the net 22 times in just 18 games.
Surpassing the combined goal tally of last season’s top scorers Serge Gnabry and Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting, Kane is on track to potentially set a new personal record for goals in a single club campaign by June, with his current best being 41 during the 2017/18 season with Tottenham.
The forward’s transition to Bayern Munich stands as a testament to his resilience and determination to push his boundaries.