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Harry Kane has a successful 'side business' that has raked him in millions

Ryan Smart

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Harry Kane has a successful 'side business' that has raked him in millions

Harry Kane has been smashing in the goals since arriving at Bayern Munich earlier this season - and he also reportedly has a 'side business' that has been extremely profitable.

The England captain made the decision to end his 19-year association with Tottenham towards the end of the transfer window last year.

Kane had scored 213 Premier League goals, and would have surpassed Alan Shearer's all-time record had he stayed in English football for several more seasons.

But the 30-year-old decided the time was right for a new challenge - and his decision has proved mixed results so far.

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He is the top scorer in the league since arriving at the Allianz Arena, however Bayern are five points behind rivals Leverkusen in Bundesliga having lost 3-0 to their rivals and they were also beat by Lazio in the Champions League in the past week.

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Kane even has a new car in line with Bayern's strict rules, and is set to break another Bundesliga record by Christmas - the most shirt sales of a new player in their debut season in German football.

It has been a whirlwind few months for the striker, who continues to fire in the goals for England, ahead of Euro 2024.

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And according to The Sun, Kane has been having success off the pitch as well.

It is claimed that, while all the focus has been on scoring goals, he has been accumulating a property portfolio that, as of February, is said to be worth £13.1 million.

A source told the outlet: "Harry is as astute with his money as he is with his finishing."

His company is called Edward James Investments - Edward being the striker's middie name - and it is said that his parents and brother Charlie, who is also his agent, help him to run it.

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The 30-year-old will now be hoping to increase his property portfolio and value at the same rate as his goal tally increases on the pitch.

Kane needs 42 goals in the current Bundesliga season to break the all-time record set by Robert Lewandowski having scored 24 goals so far. Possible? At this rate, certainly.

Featured Image Credit: Getty

Topics: Harry Kane, Bayern Munich, Bundesliga, Tottenham Hotspur, England

Ryan Smart
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