Harry Kane's wife posts touching pics of family's arrival in Germany as kids play on pitch and pose on Bayern team bus | The Sun

Harry Kane's wife posts touching pics of family's arrival in Germany as kids play on pitch and pose on Bayern team bus | The Sun

HARRY KANE'S wife Kate has posted a series of family snaps from her husband's new Bayern Munich home.

The England captain sealed his £104million transfer from Tottenham last weekend.

In a whirlwind few days, Kane found himself flying out to Germany after a deal was agreed between the two clubs, making his Bayern debut against RB Leipzig and being introduced to the Munich press for the first time.

The 30-year-old is now starting to settle in his new home, and has taken a series of family snaps at Allianz Arena.

Kate posted a number of them to Instagram, writing: "Welcome to Munich. New beginnings …"

One featured the heavily pregnant star alongside her striker husband on the pitch at Allianz Arena.


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While others featured Kate in the stands with kids Ivy, six, Vivienne, five and Louis, two.

A further snap included Kane in the penalty box with his son Louis.

And another showed the kids aboard the team bus.

Kane is in line to make his Bundesliga debut when Bayern travel to Werder Bremen tomorrow night.

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Ahead of the match, boss Thomas Tuchel said: "There’s a lot of things going on around a transfer of this size – a lot of noise, distraction going on.

“But once he steps out on the pitch I feel he will be very composed and very calm.

“I feel he has enjoyed training and being on the pitch with the guys was pretty impressive.

"We managed to sign the skipper from England so this is kind of what you expect – but it’s still impressive when you see it and get it in real life.”

The German, 49, then added: "I have a big hope that Harry is the kind of guy that adapts very fast. He will be the kind of No9 up front, a fixed point so players around him will adapt fast and I’m pretty sure our players will adapt and become better.

“He will affect the defence. The opposition will focus on him so he will open spaces. He is not only a No9 he can be between a 9 and 10 in the half spaces.

"He gives us a lot of options and he has all the time to fully adapt but I’m sure he will.”

Asked about having to deal with pressure, Tuchel added: “I don’t think it is going to be for the first time in his career he has had pressure so he will have to deal with that transfer in his performance and stay loose.

"It is not about life or death. The game is a competitive game and he has proved for 10 years how good he is."

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