Harry Kane compares Bundesliga style to Premier League
It is obvious that Die Adler want to shorten their age and strengthen their defence. The summer signing of Nathaniel Brown, a defender for Nürnberg, has already been revealed by the club. In addition, it appears from the summer additions of Niels Nkounkou and William Pacho that Frankfurt views Robin Koch as their defensive captain and intends to surround him with young players.
In an attempt to fill the void left by the departure of Randal Kolo Muani, Frankfurt was among the Bundesliga teams with the greatest activity during the summer. To strengthen their midfield, Frankfurt added Donny van de Beek from Manchester United on loan. On the offensive side, they recruited Hugo Ekitike (PSG), Sasa Kalajdzic (Wolves), and Jean Bahoya (Angers) permanently.
Harry Kane had a brilliant first Hinrunde while playing for Bayern Munich. Kane quickly proved his value after leaving Tottenham for a Bundesliga record €100 million. With a game still to play, he equaled Robert Lewandowski’s record-breaking pace of 22 goals from the historic 2020–21 season.
Kane outlined the main distinctions he has observed between his 10 years at Tottenham and his stint at Bayern in a recent interview, which was recorded by @iMiaSanMia.