Harry Kane 'set to move into ex Bayern Munich player's house' after racking up massive hotel bill
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Harry Kane is finally set to move into a permanent residence three months after signing for Bayern Munich.
The England captain penned a four-year deal and took the number nine shirt after becoming the most expensive signing in Bundesliga history.
He's settled in rapidly and shattered all sorts of records, scoring a ridiculous 21 goals in 16 games in all competitions for Bayern.
Kane has scored three hat-tricks in the Bundesliga but teammate Thomas Muller has joked about him not having room for his match balls given he has been staying in a hotel.
According to The Sun, Kane and wife Kate have racked up a staggering bill of £1 million at the Vier Jahreszeiten Kempinski, one of Munich's most expensive hotels.
It's claimed that the hotel provides a butler service, has access to luxury chocolate brand Purity and perfume house Krigler, as well as an exclusive BMW test-driving experience.
Kane has been on the lookout for a new house and now appears to have found the one.
Raphael Honigstein of The Athletic is reporting that Kane's wife and four kids are expected to move over the Bavaria next month.
The 30-year-old and his family are set to live in a luxury villa vacated by a former Bayern player who has since moved abroad.
The likes of Sadio Mane, Robert Lewandowski, Lucas Hernandez and Benjamin Pavard are some of the big names to have left for a new country in recent times,t though no player has been named officially.
Kane earns £400,000-a-week at Bayern but his deal includes a special "scorer-points" clause that he is already close to blitzing.
German outlet BILD say Kane will receive a payment of €250,000 [£218,000] if he scores more than 40 scorer-points across all competitions in a single season.
He already has 28 goal contributions, meaning another 13 involvements will see him take home the tidy sum.