Harry Kane has opened up about his summer move from Tottenham Hotspur’s white jersey to the red of Bayern Munich.
“Harry Kane has spoken out about what happened in the first 24 hours of his move to Bayern Munich last summer and how he felt about it,” Football London reported on Sunday (June 17). Citing Harry Kane’s interview with soccer publication FourFourTwo, Football London published an excerpt of the interview in which Kane said the move to Munich was a “crazy experience.”
“It was a crazy experience to be honest,” Kane said in the interview, adding: “I played at Tottenham for 19 years and was happy there. It was like jumping out of my ‘comfort zone’,” he said, explaining his emotions at the time of the move.
Having been linked to Tottenham since his youth, Harry Kane has spent the last 19 years as a pillar of the team. It was during the 2014/15 season that his career really took off. After bouncing around on loan, Kane became a full-fledged starter that season. In 34 league games, he scored 21 goals and provided five assists.
He then formed the “DESK line” with Christian Eriksen, who had already played for Tottenham, Son Heung-min, who joined in 2015, and Dele Alli to complete the Spurs attacking quartet. The line didn’t last long, as Eriksen and Dele Alli left the club, but Son and Heung-min formed the “Son-Ke Duo” and went on to become one of the best attacking duos in Premier League history. 보스토토 도메인
For Kane, leaving Tottenham was therefore a strange experience. “I’ve never done a (full) transfer before, so it was a new experience for me,” he said.
Kane is Tottenham’s all-time leading scorer. With 280 goals in 435 games, he is a living legend at Spurs. Despite his loyalty to the club, he felt compelled to leave after the team’s poor showing in the 2022/23 season.
“Last season I did everything I could to help Tottenham finish as high as possible,” he said, “and then at the end of the season I asked (the club) for a transfer and told them it was time for me to leave.”