Javier Guillén


Kane has shone for Bayern since  his summer move from Spurs


Since joining Bayern Munich as the Bundesliga giants’ marquee  signing in the summer, striker Harry Kane has played out of his skin.

Kane joined Bayern on a four-year deal in August, the German champions paying €100m, plus €20m in add-ons, to sign him from Tottenham.

In 13 games for Bayern, he has scored 14 and set up seven - a tally that includes a hat-trick and an assist in Saturday’s 8-0 win over Darmstadt.

And the England captain crowned  his three-goal display at the  weekend by scoring a stunning goal from just inside his own half.

Kane’s displays since moving to  Bayern have seen his transfer  value rise. Estimated at €90m in  June, it’s now placed at €110m.

Speaking to Bild, he discussed why  he left Spurs for Bayern: “I wanted to try and win trophies like the league  and UCL. It's a great challenge.”

The 30-year-old is out to emulate Robert Lewandowski’s feats in Munich: “He set incredible records. I want to do as well as he did - or even better."

Kane has immediately struck up a lethal understanding with Jamal Musiala, boosting Bayern’s hopes of  both domestic and European glory.

Certainly, any doubts about his ability to adapt to life abroad have quickly been dispelled. He looks set for a successful four years in Germany.