Tottenham striker Harry Kane has stated that speculation linking him with a move to Bayern Munich has not turned his head, as the England captain prepares for a busy few months for club and country. Kane was unable to complete a move to Manchester City last year and has just over 18 months left on his Tottenham contract.
Bayern Munich are reportedly preparing a bid for the 29-year-old to replace Robert Lewandowski as the club’s center-forward. “I’m focused on Tottenham Hotspur and trying to do our best,” Kane told reporters ahead of Spurs’ Champions League match against Eintracht Frankfurt on Wednesday. Kane faces a punishing schedule before the end of the season, with Tottenham playing 10 more games before the World Cup in November.
Due to the demands placed on his squad, England manager Gareth Southgate admitted at the weekend that he expects to lose more players to injury ahead of the tournament in Qatar. Kane, on the other hand, has stated that he will not hold anything back as he attempts to propel Tottenham into the Premier League title race and into the knockout stages of the Champions League.
“It nearly gives the idea that contemplating wounds, about getting harmed, makes the contrary difference,” he added. “In each game, I attempt to do my absolute best for the group, and such is life in football.” Wounds might happen every so often.
“From my outlook, I do a ton of things both inside and beyond the club to guarantee that I recuperate well and am in the most ideal state of being to keep away from injury.” In any case, obviously, anything can occur in football.” Kane has eight goals in nine Premier League games this season, but his start has been overshadowed by Erling Haaland’s blistering start for Manchester City.
The Norwegian’s arrival at the Etihad has put an end to any speculation about Kane moving to City, and Haaland has already scored 20 goals for the English champions. “He’s had a fantastic start to the season, and full credit to him, but it’s nothing I can control,” Kane said of his chances of catching Haaland in the Golden Boot race.