The England captain left Spurs in the summer for Bayern Munich, but his former team has had a great start to the season under their new management.
Harry Kane, the captain of England, says he will always be a supporter of Tottenham and is happy to see them at the top of the league.
In order to pursue his fervent desire to win championships, Kane moved from Tottenham to Bayern Munich in the summer for a fee of £100 million. The Bayern striker Kane expressed his love for Germany while also expressing his loyalty to Spurs and his admiration for Ange Postecoglou.
“It’s great to see,” Kane added. The manager is doing a terrific job for them with the manner they are playing, as I believe I’ve said before. After the previous several years, the supporters are solidly behind the squad, and it’s just what they needed.
“Spurs and the Premier League are two things I’ll never ignore. There is still a long way to go, but as the manager noted, there is no reason why the supporters shouldn’t be enthusiastic and pleased with how things are progressing. I’m hoping they can go on.
“I have been open about my support for Tottenham throughout my career, and I hope they succeed. Tottenham is the only team in the Premier League that I would like to win.
Additionally, I must respect Bayern Munich. There is no doubt in the fans’ minds that I will always have a warm place for Spurs, but I must focus solely on Bayern Munich in order to lead my team to the greatest degree of success.
“Therefore, I am certain that there will be inquiries, especially when Tottenham is performing well. Of course, I wish them the best of luck, but right now, my focus is on trying to do well for Bayern where I am.
Kane has had a strong start in Munich, but he claims that his German classes, which have only lasted four sessions, are moving slowly. Nevertheless, he has enjoyed some Oktoberfest festivities while learning German.
In general, he continued, “I would have taken it if you had told me before the transfer this is what I’d be on, the number of goals and assists and victories, so absolutely satisfied with that.
Many of the procedures are the same for most football teams. I’ve never been a part of small things like Champions League evenings, away nights, after the game we have a huge supper with the sponsors, and things like that.
“Obviously, winning is nice, but I can imagine losing is very painful. That supper would be a little harsh if we lost, which is why Bayern has probably won 30 or so games in the group stage.