Harry Kane praises spouse Kate and endearing household for supporting his £100 million switch to Bayern Munich – however reveals he doesn’t know if his forthcoming fourth baby might be born in Germany or England

Harry Kane revealed that his spouse Kate is because of give delivery in two weeks, however they’ve but to resolve whether or not it’ll occur in Germany or England.

The striker addressed the media for the primary time since his £100 million transfer to Bayern Munich, describing how proud he was when his closely pregnant spouse, their kids and different shut family members had been on the stadium on Saturday night time to observe him make his debut. assist him.

Kane, 30, mentioned Kate, an expert health coach, and their kids are flying again to the UK on Monday, however the couple have nonetheless not agreed on the arrival of their fourth baby.

Kate, additionally 30, who attended the press briefing on the Allianz Arena smiled as Kane mentioned: “The family is going back to the UK on Monday, then we’ll sort out how we play that (the birth). We haven’t decided yet, I’ll talk to my wife about it.

‘There is a lot to arrange. Children, school, living space; we all have to figure that out.”

Harry Kane has praised his household after he was unveiled as Bayern Munich’s new £100 million striker

Kane’s father Patrick, mom Kim and spouse Kate had been all in attendance on the German membership’s press convention on Sunday after he accomplished his £100 million transfer from Tottenham Hotspur.

Kane revealed that his spouse Kate (pictured) and kids are flying again to England on Monday

He added, “We’re having another baby in a few weeks. My family is behind me, but there is a lot to arrange.’

Kane refused to reveal the meaning of a mysterious date of 8.17.23 written on his boots for his Bayern debut, leading to widespread speculation on social media that it could be when his fourth child is due.

He said, ‘It’s this Thursday. You’ll know soon enough.’

Kane’s parents, mum Kim and dad Patrick were also at the briefing and grinned when he refused to reveal details about the date, as did Kate.

Kane revealed that the Bayern team had been given the day off on Monday and that he planned to spend time with his family before they leave Germany.

He added: “We have a day off on Monday. I will spend time with the family and see a few spaces, have a coffee or dinner and meet some fans.”

The England captain additionally revealed he nonetheless hasn’t informed his three kids; Ivy, 6, Vivienne Jane, 4. and Louis, 2, that Munich might be their new residence.

He admitted, “The kids don’t know much about what’s going on. They were in the stadium yesterday and it feels like vacation for them. I’ll have to sit down with them and explain it to them. They’re young enough to embrace the culture and they’ll be fine.”

Kane sealed his switch from Spurs to Bayern on Saturday, making his debut that night time

Bayern Munich suffered a 3–0 defeat as Kane got here off the bench through the match

Kate smiled as her husband shared their plans for the delivery of their fourth baby collectively

Referring to his spouse, he mentioned: ‘Kate is very supportive of me, she wants the best for me and wants me to be happy. We’re right here now, we’ve got a couple of issues to contemplate, and we’ll take all of that to coronary heart.”

Speaking of his switch, he added: ‘It has been an incredible experience for me and the family so far. Everyone at Bayern has been very welcoming.’

The England captain revealed he was desirous to be taught German and “embrace” the tradition.

Kane revealed that he and his spouse have but to resolve through which nation their fourth baby might be born

Kate (proper) and her husband expect their fourth baby ‘in a few weeks’ time

He mentioned, ‘Of course I’m going to attempt to be taught the language and embrace the tradition and the nation. I’ll have classes not less than a few times per week. There are many English talking employees across the membership which helps me.

Kane revealed that the one German phrase he’s realized up to now is “servus,” which is used within the southern a part of the nation to say hey or goodbye.

He added: “I will do my best to learn German, but it is a difficult language to learn.”