Harry Kane has subtly criticized his former club, Tottenham, by suggesting that he is now playing for Bayern Munich, which operates with a ‘big club mentality.’ The England captain made a move to the Allianz Arena in a deal potentially worth £100 million and has already settled into life in Bavaria, scoring three goals in as many Bundesliga appearances.
Kane’s aim is to help Bayern secure their 12th consecutive Bundesliga title, which would be the first major honor of his career. With the Champions League final at Wembley and the Euro 2024 finals in Germany, Kane may have the opportunity to lift silverware at both old and new homes, having seen many of his England teammates achieve top prizes.
The 30-year-old experienced several near-misses with trophies during his time at Tottenham. Still, he is now confident that his chances of achieving tangible success at the club level have improved by joining a team where nothing but success is accepted.
Kane stated, “We wanted to win at Spurs, but if you went a couple of games without winning, it wasn’t a disaster. At Bayern, you have to win every game.” He made these comments ahead of England’s Euro 2024 qualifier against Ukraine in Poland, emphasizing the top club mentality.
He also mentioned the upcoming Champions League final at Wembley and the Euros in Germany next summer, expressing his desire to make it happen. Kane acknowledged that, as a competitor, it hurts when his England teammates play in the Champions League while he watches from home. He wants to have those experiences and is motivated to push himself towards winning similar trophies to his teammates.