Harry Kane is still in search of a permanent residence after his transfer from Tottenham to Bayern Munich, but Thomas Tuchel won’t be assisting him in this quest.
Kane has accumulated a substantial £1 million hotel bill in Munich since joining Bayern, but Tuchel has made it clear that he won’t be offering any assistance to the striker in finding a new family home. When questioned about whether he would help Kane in house hunting, the Bayern manager stated that it’s not his responsibility.
“Harry has four children and a few nannies, that’s not my category,” Tuchel joked about Kane’s situation at a press conference ahead of Bayern’s Champions League clash with Galatasaray.
Nevertheless, Tuchel did commend Kane for his exceptional start to his Bayern career, as the England captain managed to score 15 goals in his initial 10 Bundesliga matches.
“You can’t rate him highly enough. It was a first change of club for Harry. He left the UK to go into a new league for a new start,” he added. “There are a lot of uncertainties with a change of club, but when you see him, his personality and the way he plays with love and trains, it’s simply outstanding.”
Kane’s search for a permanent residence will persist for the time being, and the striker will also be aiming to score more goals on Wednesday when Bayern faces Galatasaray at the Allianz Arena.