Eric Dier admits the support he has received from Harry Kane since joining Bayern Munich has been invaluable.
However, he has found a new lease of life under Spurs manager Antonio Conte and has forced his way back into the England squad.
But with another change of management in the 2023/24 season, boss Ange Postecoglou moved Dier to Bayern Munich on loan in the January transfer window.
Moving to Tottenham
Postecoglou made clear at the beginning of the campaign that Dier could leave Tottenham, but he remained following the summer transfer window and eventually made his first appearance in the 4-1 defeat to Chelsea in November.
He was handed a start in Spurs’ next fixture at Wolves, but only made two substitute outings after that.
On January 11, 2024, he completed a 'dream move' to Bayern Munich on an initial six-month deal, which can be extended by a further year.
He left Tottenham after 10 seasons in north London and 365 appearances, having helped the club reach two League Cup finals and the Champions League final in 2019.