Harry Kane, 30, Bayern Munich, is reveling in his hometown team Tottenham’s run to the top of the Premier League.
Kane, who has been called up to the England national soccer team and is preparing for an A-League match, spoke to local reporters on Monday (Nov. 11) and mentioned Spurs. “Tottenham have been playing better this season. So it’s good to see. Ange Postecoglou has done a great job with Tottenham and the fans are behind him.”
“I’ve been at Spurs for a long time. All my close teammates and coaching staff are there. Because of this, it sometimes feels strange to look at Tottenham from a distance,” he said. “But sometimes you have to take on new challenges in football and in life. At the moment I’m in Germany, learning a new language and mingling with new colleagues.”
Tottenham and Kane parted ways this summer. As soon as Kane left for Bayern Munich, Tottenham took wing. After the opening eight games of the 2023-24 English Premier League (EPL) season, they sit alone atop the table with six wins and two draws. Behind Tottenham, Arsenal, Manchester City, and Liverpool are at the top of the table.
Initially, the general consensus was that Tottenham’s offense would suffer after Kane’s departure. 레모나토토 However, Son Heung-min switched to striker and is second in scoring, and he and new signing James Maddison have combined to lead the team to first place. More goalscorers, too.
“I’m still a Tottenham fan,” Kane said. I’m playing in Germany, but I always follow Tottenham and the Premier League. I want to see Tottenham do well, I want Tottenham to win the Premier League. The fans should enjoy this situation. But there is still a long way to go and a lot of games left.”
Kane’s new team, Bayern Munich, is looking to win the Bundesliga for the 12th consecutive season. However, they are currently in third place in the league. Behind first-place Leverkusen and second-place Stuttgart. That’s not good enough.
“At the moment, I’m playing for Bayern Munich,” Kane said. I don’t regret Bayern Munich. It’s always exciting. When I retire and look back on my career, when I’m 40, if I had only played in the Premier League, I would have wondered about other leagues.”