Harry Kane ‘STILL hasn’t found a new home’ since his £100m move to Bayern Munich… with in-form striker ‘chalking up a £1MILLION tab in a luxury £10,000-a-night suite’ since August
- Harry Kane is on a salary of approximately £415,000-a-week at Bayern Munich
- The former Tottenham star has been staying at a luxury five star hotel in Bavaria
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England captain Harry Kane has still yet to find a new house since his £100million move to Bayern Munich, according to reports.
The 30-year-old striker, who netted his third Bundesliga hat-trick on Saturday during Bayern’s 4-0 triumph over rivals Borussia Dortmund, has been living in a £10,000 per week suite at Munich’s Vier Jahreszeiten Kempinski Hotel since August.
It means in total, with his entourage and add-ons included, Kane has already chalked up a tab exceeding £1m in Bavaria.
The former Tottenham forward, who is now on a salary of approximately £415,000-a-week, has hit the ground running in Munich, registering 15 goals and five assists in his first 10 appearances for the club.
A source told The Sun on Sunday: ‘Harry Kane is a family man so finding somewhere to be with his wife and children clearly has to be a priority.
Harry Kane has still yet to find a new house since his £100million move to Bayern Munich
The former Tottenham star, who is on approximately £415,000 per week has been staying in a £10,000 per week suite at Munich’s Vier Jahreszeiten Kempinski Hotel (above) since August
Since living in the luxurious five star hotel, Kane has scored 15 goals in just 10 appearances
‘But it’s clear he’s been able to keep his mind focused on his game because he’s had an incredible start to his Bayern career.
‘If his house hunting is half as good as his goal-scoring he’s going to end up with a palace. Not that his hotel is too shabby.’
Kane and his wife Kate Goodland, whom he met in primary school, formerly lived in a £17m mansion in north London with their four children.
Ahead of his lucrative switch to Bayern in August, Kane was preparing to move to a lavish mansion in Grunwald, one of Germany’s wealthiest towns which is dubbed the ‘Bavarian Beverley Hills’.
Luxury mansions in the town sell for between £10m to £20m and most of them are hidden behind high hedges and trees. However, the England forward and his family have yet to find the perfect house in Grunwald.
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He scored his third Bundesliga hat-trick on Saturday during Bayern’s 4-0 win over Dortmund
The Bayern forward and his wife Kate (left) have racked up a sizeable bill at the lavish five-star hotel (right) while trying to secure permanent accommodation in the suburbs of Munich
The England captain had initially planned to live in one of Germany’s wealthiest towns called Grunwald, where top end cars such as Ferraris, Porsches and Lamborghinis are commonplace
A source to Mail Sport in August: ‘Bayern work very closely with us and we have to be very discrete, but Mr Kane will be in a mansion similar to those that his team-mates are already living in.
‘Grunwald is the Bavarian Beverley Hills. It’s the home of the rich and famous and offers the very best in luxury mansions. I can assure you that the Kane family will be in one of them and will enjoy their new life here.’
The leafy town is already home to many of the current Bayern Munich squad including Matthijs de Ligt, Leroy Sane, Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting, Alphonso Davies, and Benjamin Pavard.
For now, it appears Kane is prepared to play the long game with house hunting as he continues to reside at the five-star hotel in Munich.
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