Harry Kane has settled swiftly into life at Bayern Munich, and now he has undertaken many German lessons as part of his assimilation into the club.
The England captain Harry Kane, who transferred from Tottenham for €100 million (£88m/$109m), has made a remarkable impact for FC Hollywood, scoring 21 goals in 16 appearances across all competitions, including three hat-tricks.
Although Harry Kane is settling well at Bayern Munich, his young family has not yet joined him in Germany. This situation has allowed him to concentrate on his performance on the field and dedicate time to learning the new language. While he is not yet fluent in German, Kane benefits from other English speakers within the team.
Harry Kane acknowledges that his language learning has been a gradual process, and according to the Daily Mail, he has participated in approximately ten sessions. Bayern Munich is keen on him acquiring a good understanding of the local language to facilitate communication both on and off the pitch.
The former Tottenham captain is known for embracing challenges. He has a track record of overcoming obstacles, evident in becoming the all-time leading goalscorer for both Tottenham and England. As he awaits the arrival of his wife and children in Germany, Kane has a chance to elevate his game further and add proficiency in a new language to his expanding skill set.