Harry Kane aims dig at Tottenham and highlights huge difference with Bayern

Harry Kane has taken a subtle dig at Tottenham by claiming he is now playing for a side operating with a ‘big club mentality’ in Bayern Munich.

The England captain left Spurs for the Allianz Arena in a deal that could be worth £100million and has already settled into life in Bavaria, scoring three goals in three Bundesliga appearances.

Kane will be aiming to help Bayern win a 12th successive Bundesliga title which would represent the first major honour of his career.

And – with a Champions League final at Wembley and the Euro 2024 finals taking place in Germany – Kane could yet lift silverware at homes old and new, having already watched a number of his England team-mates win the game’s top prizes.

The 30-year-old endured a number of near trophy misses during his time in north London but is confident his hopes of finally achieving tangible success at club level has been enhanced as a consequence of joining a team where nothing but success is tolerated.

We wanted to win at Spurs, but if you went a couple of games without winning it wasn’t a disaster. At Bayern you have to win every game,’ the said ahead of England’s Euro 2024 qualifier against Ukraine in Poland.

‘After winning 3-1 and 4-0 in our first two games, there was talk about not being too happy about way we played! Top club mentality.’

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He added: I have been told about the Champions League final in Wembley. I know the Euros are in Germany next summer so if there’s someone out there writing a movie, I will try and do my best to make it happen!” he said.

‘It’s hard. There’s so much time to go I don’t want to think about it too much, but if it did happen it would be incredible.

‘As a competitor, when the (England) boys are playing the Champions League and I am just sitting at home watching it, I would be lying if I said there wasn’t a part of me that hurt.

‘Of course, I want them to do well – Kyle (Walker) and all those guys to win when they are in competitions I am not in – but a part of me wants to have those experiences.

‘With the other players in the team having done that, I am not sure jealous is the right word, but it does motivate me to go on and try to push myself towards some of those trophies the guys have got.’

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