Harry Kane confirms north London return plans after making Bayern Munich debut

Harry Kane is already plotting his return to north London – for next year’s Champions League final. In his first press conference since his convoluted £100m transfer from Tottenham to Bayern Munich was finally completed on Saturday, Kane announced he had moved in order win the Champions League.

Furthermore, the England captain claimed he would be disappointed if he a finished his first season in the Bundesliga with anything less than a treble.

“Of course, it is still quite a way away but for the Champions League final to be at Wembley is obviously exciting,” Kane said.

“The reason for wanting to join this club was to try to win the Champions League and to have a good chance of winning the Champions League.

“That prospect of trying to win it at Wembley would be amazing for me personally.

“For me it is to try to win every title there is this season. That is the expectation at Bayern.

“That is the reality and the targets they want to set and I think they are achievable.

“My job is to try to help to make that happen. If at the end of the season we have not won every trophy we will be a little bit disappointed.”

Kane missed out on one trophy in his very first game when his appearance as substitute could not prevent Leipzig beating his new side 3-0 in the German Super Cup.

The more serious business begins on Friday when the defending champions start their Bundesliga campaign away at Werder Bremen.

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