December 3, 2023 at 1:35 PM
- Harry Kane has finally settled in Germany
- The Bayern Munich striker has found a permanent house months after signing for Bayern Munich
- The England international is the leading scorer in the Bundesliga this season
England captain Harry Kane has finally found a house in Germany, months after moving to Bayern Munich.
The former Tottenham Hotspur striker was reportedly living in a luxury hotel in Munich but has now found a permanent home previously owned by a former Bayern player.
The England star has settled well in Germany, but it seems things didn’t go well in the property market after moving to Germany.
According to German publications via GOAL, the 30-year-old has found a permanent home which was owned by Lucas Hernandez, who left Bayern to join Paris Saint-Germain in the summer.
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This news comes at a perfect time for the striker. Winter is setting in, and was probably planning on spending time with his family in their house.
Weeks after joining Bayern, Kane and his wife Kate announced the birth of his fourth child, Henry Edward Kane. The childhood sweethearts wed in 2019.
Harry Kane so far in Germany
Kane was a world-class striker before moving to Bayern Munich, so his performances are not surprising.
He is the leading scorer in the Bundesliga with 18 goals. Barring any inquiries or illnesses, Kane is on track to shatter the record for most goals in a Bundesliga season, held by Robert Lewandowski.
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Kane meets his German lookalike
Sports Brief earlier reported on Kane meeting his German lookalike in September.
He scored his first hat-trick in the Bundesliga, donned the traditional Lederhosen, and drank some beer at the annual Oktoberfest celebrations.
That was not all; the former Tottenham Hotspur striker also got to meet his German doppelganger at the event and got to take a picture with him for the first time.