Harry Kane and his family are poised for a more gratifying Christmas this year, having secured a permanent residence after their relocation to Germany during the summer.
Following protracted transfer negotiations with Daniel Levy, Kane departed Tottenham and joined the reigning German champions, Bayern Munich, in a deal worth £86.4 million, committing to a four-year contract.
Reported by the Daily Star, the English footballer had been residing in a luxury hotel, the Vier Jahreszeiten Kempinski, since his move in August. Known as one of Munich’s most opulent accommodations, the stay incurred a daily cost of £10,000, accumulating to over £1 million since his arrival in Germany.
Despite the initial challenges of settling into a new environment, Kane has seamlessly integrated into the team dynamics. His performance has been commendable, boasting 25 goals and eight assists across his first 22 games, marking a strong start to his Bundesliga journey as the league enters its festive hiatus.
Kane moves into family home in Munich
The captain of England’s national team found himself at the receiving end of playful banter from his teammates due to his extended stay in a hotel. However, that jesting will soon cease as he recently confirmed via his social media profiles his imminent move into a family residence.
Expressing gratitude to the hotel staff for their hospitality during his stay in Munich, he acknowledged their role in aiding his smooth transition. Sharing the update, he mentioned, “@esmuellert_ was concerned about my room becoming too cramped, so it’s time to bid farewell and settle into a new home with my family. 🙌😂”
Since his transfer from Tottenham, the former star player has netted three hat-tricks for the Bavarian giants, prompting a playful remark from Thomas Muller about the diminishing size of his room.
According to Bild, the lavish mansion, valued at £29 million, is situated in Germany’s equivalent of Beverly Hills, a mere 25-minute commute from the training ground. Previously inhabited by Lucas Hernandez, the residence gained recognition as the filming location for Matthias Schweighöfer’s 2014 comedy hit “Father Joys.”