Harry Kane reveals the biggest thing he misses about his life at Tottenham after moving to Bayern Munich

Harry Kane has revealed what he misses the most after leaving Tottenham Hotspur for Bayern Munich.

During the summer transfer window, Kaneleft Spurs as he joined German Bundesliga champions Bayern in a deal worth a reported €120 million.

Since joining the Bavarian club, Kane has already scored 22 goals and recorded seven assists in just 19 appearances across all competitions.
Despite his early success in Germany, Kane has revealed that he still misses aspects of living in London.
Speaking to the Evening Standard, Kane said: “Just that homely feeling. Familiar surroundings … a local dog walk – or a restaurant.
“When I was more in Essex way or east London, it was Epping Forest. Since I moved to Hampstead, I take them over [to] the Heath and they enjoy it there.”

He continued: “A nice spot in London I used to go to quite a lot is a restaurant called Beast. It’s a steak restaurant – and they do some good crab in there.”

Speaking about his new surroundings, Kane said: “I’m enjoying the new environment. It’s fun just to experience different cultures.
The England captain has also spoken about the things he has learnt.

He said: “I’ve learnt a lot about my work ethic and my mentality, knowing that I can go through tough moments and come out the other side. If something doesn’t go well, I remind myself that the odds are now in my favour. The chances of another setback are lower than missing an opportunity.

“Instead of sulking, blaming others, or moaning, I take ownership of my actions and choices, I take responsibility myself. This has been a big thing that I’ve learnt throughout my career – to own every moment, whether it’s good or bad.”


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