Harry Kane Told Leaving the Premier League for Bayern Munich Would Be a 'Step Down'


Harry Kane Told Leaving the Premier League for Bayern Munich Would Be a 'Step Down'

Harry Kane has been told that leaving the Premier League for Bayern Munich would be a "step down" by former Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Jamie O'Hara.

Kane has been heavily linked with a move to Bayern Munich this summer, with the German champions reportedly willing to pay £100 million for the 29-year-old striker. However, O'Hara believes that Kane would be making a mistake if he were to leave the Premier League for the Bundesliga.

"I think it would be a step down," O'Hara told talkSPORT. "The Premier League is the best league in the world, and I think Harry Kane would be better off staying in England. He's already a legend at Tottenham, and he could go on to become an even bigger legend if he stays there."

O'Hara also pointed out that Bayern Munich are not as dominant in the Bundesliga as they once were. The Bavarian giants have won the last 10 Bundesliga titles, but they were knocked out of the Champions League in the quater-finals by Man City las tseason.

"Bayern Munich are not the force they once were," O'Hara said. "They're still a good team, but they're not as good as they were a few years ago. I think Harry Kane would have a better chance of winning trophies if he stayed in the Premier League."

Kane has scored 246 goals in 386 appearances for Tottenham, and he is widely regarded as one of the best strikers in the world. He has won the Premier League Golden Boot three times, and he was named the PFA Player of the Year in 2017.

However, Kane has never won a major trophy with Tottenham, and he has been frustrated by the club's failure to challenge for the Premier League title in recent years. Bayern Munich, on the other hand, are regular winners of the Bundesliga and the Champions League.

Kane is still under contract with Tottenham until 2024, but he has the option to leave the club next summer if he does not sign a new deal. It remains to be seen whether he will decide to leave Tottenham for Bayern Munich this summer, but O'Hara believes that it would be a mistake for him to do so.

"I think he's got to stay in the Premier League," O'Hara said. "He's got to stay at Tottenham. He's got to try and win trophies with Tottenham. He's got to try and be a legend at Tottenham. If he goes to Bayern Munich, he's just going to be another player in a team that wins everything every year."

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