Harry Kane is finalizing his move to Germany

Harry Kane (31, Bayern Munich) is finalizing his move to Germany.

“Harry Kane’s family has moved to Germany,” Bavarian Football reported on Monday (Aug. 8).

Kane, who joined Tottenham Hotspur’s youth team in 2004, made his professional debut in the 2011-2012 season. After loan spells at Leyton Orient, Millwall FC, Norwich City, and Leicester City, Kane made 34 league appearances (21 goals) for Tottenham in the 2014-2015 season, establishing himself as a regular.

Kane has been a mainstay for Spurs ever since. Kane scored 30 league goals last season, bringing his Premier League tally to 213, passing Wayne Rooney (208) for second place on the all-time Premier League goalscoring list.

Despite Kane’s success, Tottenham’s drought has been long. Despite Kane’s 30 league goals in the 2022-2023 season, Spurs failed to qualify for European competition, 카지노사이트 including the UEFA Champions League. As a result, Kane left Spurs for German giants Bayern Munich, where he grew up.

Since then, Kane has been on fire. Finding the back of the net almost every game, he has 24 goals and five assists in 20 league games, erasing any lingering longing for Robert Lewandowski.

Despite his stellar record, Kane’s life in Germany hasn’t been easy

“Not only has Kane not yet found a new home in Munich, but he has yet to find a school for his children,” global sports outlet Goal.com reported on November 26 last year, adding that his life off the pitch remains complicated.

Kane finally found a home last December. “With the help of club staff, Kane found a new home just four months after his move,” the publication said. The family is hoping to move in before Christmas,” the outlet added.

According to Bavarian Football, Kane’s family has completed the move. “In recent weeks, Kane’s family moved from England to Germany. Kane is happy that everything is going well,” the outlet said of the family move.

According to the report, 토토사이트 추천 Kane said, “The kids are at school and we went skiing last weekend. It’s great for the family to have this time away. We’ve met parents at school and made friends with teammates’ wives and kids,” he said.

“Slowly but surely, it’s starting to feel like home. People ask me what the difference is. Most of our routines are the same (as in England). We miss our friends at home and on the golf course, but we’ll soon learn to do that here too and it will become part of home.”

“The kids love German,” Kane said. They’ll probably learn German before I do,” he smiles.