Harry Kane has been formally unveiled as a brand new Bayern Munich participant in a ceremony on the Allianz Arena at present. He addressed the media in a press convention and spoke about his club-record transfer to the Bundesliga champions.
The England captain accomplished his switch to the Bundesliga champions early on Saturday morning and made his debut for Bayern instead within the German Super Cup yesterday. He missed out on a primary profession trophy as RB Leipzig gained the match 3-0.
“It’s been an awesome experience so far. A lot going on, a lot of new faces, new surroundings but the reception that me and my family have got since we’ve been here and the reception at the game last night was just magical.” Kane stated through the press convention this afternoon.
“I’m really excited to be here and can’t wait to settle down and get to work. I’ve always said in my career I’ve wanted to keep improving and pushing myself to my limits and see how far that can take me. Ultimately I wanted to be playing at the highest level, I wanted to be in the Champions League and I wanted to be fighting for titles every year.
“Coming to Bayern Munich, one of the biggest clubs in the world gives me that opportunity so I’m looking forward to that challenge.”
Kane was additionally requested what it was prefer to undergo with the switch from Tottenham to Bayern and he added: “It was a busy couple of days, a busy week in general. This is obviously the first transfer that I’ve been involved in. It was an up and down experience but I’m happy to be here now and I said yesterday on my social media that I wish Tottenham and Daniel Levy all the best, but my focus is here now.
“I’ve spent my whole career in England and the Premier League so it might take a bit of adapting to a new league and playing against different teams. As you saw yesterday with Leipzig there’s some great teams in this league and it’s going to be a real challenge.
“I know everyone expects Bayern Munich to win the league every year but as you’ve seen the teams are improving and it’s getting tougher and tougher. It’s a challenge every season and for me it’s about settling in as comfortable as possible, understanding the different types of teams and the way I have to play and adapt. I’ve done that throughout my career, whether with Tottenham or the national team, and I’ll do that here.”
Kane has signed a deal till June 2027 after Tottenham agreed an £86.4million deal plus add-ons to promote him to the German aspect. He was given a rapturous spherical of applause by the Bayern followers yesterday after coming onto the pitch within the second half as their new No. 9.
The striker had earlier introduced his departure from Spurs on social media saying: “It’s not a goodbye because you never know how things pan out in the future, but it’s a thank you and I’ll see you soon.”
Despite the defeat to Leipzig, Kane will shortly show his value to Bayern who’ve lastly discovered a centre-forward alternative for Robert Lewandowksi. The 30-year-old has gained the Premier League Golden Boot thrice – in 2015/16, 2016/17 and 2020/21. He has 213 objectives from 320 Premier League video games and is second behind Alan Shearer on the English top-flight’s goalscoring listing.
Wanting so as to add trophies to his spectacular profession, Kane has joined a European powerhouse. Thomas Tuchel’s aspect claimed their thirty third Bundesliga title final season which was their eleventh title in a row. They have gained the Champions League six occasions and German Cup on 20 events.
Kane informed his new membership’s web site: “I’m very happy to be a part of FC Bayern now.
“Bayern is one of the biggest clubs in the world and I’ve always said that I want to compete and prove myself at the highest level during my career. This club is defined by its winning mentality – it feels very good to be here.
“I feel like it was the right step in my career to really push myself and test myself on the highest level so that’s why I’m here and I look forward to that challenge.”