Harry Kane’s wife and kids to join him in new villa next month:
The England captain joined the German giants from Tottenham, becoming the most expensive signing in Bundesliga history. Kane has settled in quickly, scoring an astounding 21 goals in just 16 games across all competitions so far this season.
However, Kane and his family have been living in one of Munich’s most luxurious hotels, the Vier Jahreszeiten Kempinski, since arriving in Germany. According to The Sun, the five-star hotel provides butler service, luxury chocolates and perfumes, and exclusive BMW test drives – but the lavish accommodation has come at a steep price.
After three months of hotel living, Kane is now ready to move into a more permanent home. According to Raphael Honigstein of The Athletic, Kane’s wife Katie and their four children will join him in Munich next month. The family will reportedly move into a lavish villa previously occupied by a former Bayern player.
While the player’s identity is unknown, possibilities include Robert Lewandowski, Sadio Mané, and Lucas Hernández, who have all transferred abroad recently.
Kane’s astronomical £400,000-a-week wages, reported by The Daily Mail, will easily cover costs. His deal also includes a €250,000 goal bonus if he reaches 40 scorer points this season – a mark he is nearing with 28 contributions already.
The move signals Kane’s intent to settle in Munich. He recently expressed a desire to learn German, according to Sky Sports. Moving his family into a permanent home will allow Kane to focus more on integrating into the local culture and community.
German football executive Oliver Kahn praised Kane’s seamless adaptation, telling reporters: “Harry Kane has shown absolutely no problems getting used to the Bundesliga. He was a perfect fit for our club and has already become a leader.”
With Kane’s outstanding goalscoring form showing no signs of slowing, he could be in for a massive payday if he keeps scoring at this astonishing rate.
Kane’s instant impact has come as no surprise to Tottenham former manager Antonio Conte, who said: “I am not surprised about the impact he is having in Germany. I remember very well when we played against Bayern in the Champions League, what I said about Harry’s game.”
“When you lose Harry Kane, he was a reference point in Tottenham’s team. Especially in the last years, he was the most important player for Tottenham,” Conte told Sky Sports Italia.
For now, Kane will be relieved to finally have a place to call home in Munich after his record-breaking transfer saga ended this summer. With his family joining him in their new villa, Kane can now focus solely on continuing his sensational goalscoring form.