Harry Kane 'aware of money advantages' as stance on early Bayern Munich exit revealed

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The forward has bagged 22 goals for the Bundesliga giants since arriving from Tottenham back in the summer

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Harry Kane is 'aware of the money advantages' to him at Bayern Munich and has no plans to return to England any time soon, it has been claimed.

The striker quit Tottenham to chase a new challenge in Germany back in the summer transfer window.

In the short time since, Kane has established himself as Bayern's main man - with fans already in love with the 30-year-old.

The forward has bagged 22 goals across all competitions for his new employers, breaking records in the process.

Harry Kane Bayern Munich
Harry Kane has scored 22 goals for Bayern Munich since his summer arrival

And Kane will be hoping to add to that tally when Bayern lock horns with Copenhagen in the Champions League on Wednesday night.

Now, Bild journalist Christian Falk has opened up on the veteran.

He says Kane is happy at Bayern and knows how lucrative the move is for him and his family.

And while Tottenham will have first refusal on their former striker if and when he decides to return to England, no move back to his homeland is currently planned.

“Harry Kane is feeling very happy in Munich, he’s found his house and will be doing much better when his family is with him," he told CaughtOffside.

“His needs are being fulfilled, everyone admires him, his teammates love him because of his behaviour.

"He’s doing so well in the team.

“There is, as I’ve previously mentioned, a ‘matching right’, which allows Tottenham the right of first refusal should Kane move away from Munich at some point in the future.

"However, I don’t think there’s a chance at the moment of an early exit from Munich, as he’s only at the beginning of his career at Bayern.

“He wants to win titles at Munich.

"For him, it’s a big move to leave Tottenham and England but now he’s done it he’s aware of the many advantages that are available to him.

“He certainly has a bit more freedom when he’s out of the house; the people of Munich are very respectful and he can [live] a little bit more easily.

“He’s not as central in the focus as he was in England.

"I don’t think there are any thoughts on his end of leaving Bayern Munich in the next few years.”

Kane left Bayern because he wants to finally win trophies.

He failed to lift a single piece of silverware during his stint at Tottenham, despite his goalscoring exploits.

Kane's goals have seen Bayern sit top of their Champions League group with four victories so far.

That included a 4-3 victory over Manchester United back in September.

Bayern are, however, currently second in the Bundesliga table.

They're two points behind league leaders Bayer Leverkusen, who have flourished ever since the arrival of former Liverpool star Xabi Alonso as manager.

Harry Kane Tottenham
Harry Kane has no plans to return to England or Tottenham amid his sensational exploits for Bayern Munich

Kane, meanwhile, has revealed he's struggled to get his children into a school in Germany since his move.

Speaking to Four Four Two, he stated: "I've had lots of personal stuff to take care of, aside from football.

"Trying to sort out schools for the kids and somewhere to live can take time.

"It's about finding that balance between performing on the pitch and making sure all of those other bits are sorted as well."

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