Harry Kane was unhappy with Bayern Munich letting Thomas Tuchel go: Reports

Harry Kane was unhappy with Bayern Munich letting Thomas Tuchel go: Reports

It has already been announced that Bayern Munich and Thomas Tuchel will part ways at the end of the season. Such a situation made Bayern striker Harry Kane reportedly unhappy with the club’s decision of letting Tuchel go. 

According to Talksport, Tuchel played a pivotal role in Bayern signing Kane. Both of them are also close company during their time in the Bavaria-based team. So Tuchel’s departure at the end of the season has left Kane disappointed.

Harry Kane on Thomas Tuchel’s departure from Bayern Munich

The report also claimed that Harry Kane still wants another season playing under Tuchel. But the England all-time top scorer refuses to pollute the air with an unnecessary comment over the situation involving his gaffer. Kane said that his only responsibility is to give the best until the rest of the season.

“The club made a decision and there are players,” he said after defeating Mainz. “You just have to show our responsibility to the manager and responsibility to the club to give everything we have for this season. 

“As players we know we haven’t been performing as well as we can but you can’t just sit there and talk about it. you have to get up, you have to work hard to fight in every moment.“

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Harry Kane’s impressive individual record

Harry Kane has been doing well with the club despite struggling to match Bayer Leverkusen’s masterclass so far. Individually, he has scored 30 goals in Bundesliga so far and is 11 goals away to break Robert Lewandowski’s 41 goals in a season record. He is also the second ever player in the league who scored 30 goals in the first season. 

Bayern are 10 points behind Leverkusen who are favourites to win the league this season. With nine games remaining, Kane and co still have a chance mathematically to overturn the table and secure their 12 consecutive league-winning season.