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Harry Kane Admits £100M Price Tag Puts Him Under Pressure at Bayern Munich
- Harry Kane has confessed there is a big expectation upon him at Bayern Munich
- The striker sealed a £100m move to the Bavarians from Tottenham this summer
- Kane has scored five goals in six matches for Bayern Munich already this season
Harry Kane is already feeling the pressure of putting on a Bayern Munich shirt despite having a brilliant start to his career with the reigning Bundesliga champions.
The Englishman was on target for the Bavarians in his UEFA Champions League debut, netting the club’s third goal as they breezed past familiar foes, Manchester United 4-3 at the Allianz Arena on Wednesday, September 20.
According to GOAL, Kane swapped Tottenham Hotspur for Bayern for £100mil this summer and the 30-year-old forward confessed the huge price tag added extra pressure on him to deliver.
"As a striker, I know I'll get chances. It's exciting to play with them. We're still getting to know each other. I'm excited for what's to come. Whenever there's a big price tag, there's a big expectation and you want to repay the club who have put faith in you."
Kane has scored five goals in six appearances for the Bundesliga giants and the former Tottenham forward is looking to score more goals for the Bavarians this season.
Kane tips Man United to bounce back
The 30-year-old forward stated the Red Devils have enough talent at their disposal to get the Premier League club back to their best after their 4-3 defeat to the Bavarians in the Champions League.
Kane was a summer target for Man United but the England captain opted to join Bayern Munich instead, enjoying a blistering start to his career in Germany while the Red Devils have been struggling.
Kane reaches incredible milestone at Bayern
Earlier, Sports Brief reported on Kane scoring again for Bayern Munich in their frustrating 2-2 Bundesliga draw versus Bayer Leverkusen.
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By scoring, the England captain reached another incredible milestone for the German champions, with four top flight goals in four games.
Bayern Munich have so far won three and drawn one, with the draw coming on September 15 against Xabi Alonso's high-flying Leverkusen.