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“Kane Wouldn’t Have Won Anything at Man Utd Either”



Harry Kane has been informed that his decision to join Bayern was the right one, given that Manchester United’s chances of winning the Premier League are “next to nothing.”

The Red Devils had always admired the former Tottenham striker going into the 2023 summer transfer window. Since Bayern was willing to pay a large sum and Spurs had made it plain they were unwilling to work with a domestic rival, no formal approach was made.

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While Kane has personally excelled in Germany, breaking through the 30-goal mark, he is drawing criticism as Bayern faces the possibility of going without a trophy for the first time since 2012. Dietmar Hamann is of the opinion that the Allianz Arena will yield long-term advantages, despite the questions surrounding whether Kane made the right choice and whether a quick return to England could be avoided.

The former Bayern midfielder, who also spent time with Newcastle and Liverpool in his playing days, has been speaking to BoyleSports, who offer the latest Premier League odds, and said of Kane favouring Munich over Manchester: “It’s a huge club and I think the other option was to go to Manchester United. He’s probably got another two or three good years but in your mid 30s it becomes very hard for the forwards to score goals because you lose a bit of pace and things become harder. If he had gone to Manchester United, what are the chances of him winning the league there? I think the chances are next to nothing. I can’t see United winning the league in the next three seasons at least. Kane made the decision to come here and going abroad is always a good experience to broaden your horizon and learn a new language. There are reasons for and against, it’s just a shame that he might end up without a trophy in his first season because that was the main reason he came here.”


Kane is still chasing Champions League success this year, but Bayern needs to overcome a 1-0 first-leg deficit against Lazio in order to advance to the competition’s quarterfinals. With Bayer Leverkusen opening up a 10-point advantage at the top, the Bundesliga crown looks certain to slip away.