Harry Kane 'has found a family home in Germany - the villa of a former Bayern Munich player - and is set to finally be joined by wife Kate and their four children next month'
Harry Kane has reportedly found a home in Germany and is set to be finally joined by his wife Kate and their four children next month.
It was reported this month that Kane had already spent over £1m at Munich's Vier Jahreszeiten Kempinski Hotel, while he had been searching for a family home.
In the meantime, Kate and their four children - Ivy, 6, Vivienne, 5, Louis 2, and Henry, who was born on August 20 this year - have stayed in England.
As reported by the Athletic, Kate and the children are expected to move over next month after Harry found a home for them to live in - a villa of a former Bayern Munich player who has since gone on to play overseas.
Kane's father Pat, and brother Charlie, already spend most of their time in Munich with him, and having his wife and children over in Germany could be bad news for the rest of the Bundesliga.
The 30-year-old has already scored a stunning 18 goals in 12 Bundesliga matches, and manager Thomas Tuchel, believes his performances will improve further when his family joins him in Germany.
Tuchel recently told reporters: 'He’s a real family man, you can feel the difference when they’re around.'
A BILD reporter in a column with CaughtOffside added that Kane is 'very happy in Munich, he's found his house, and will be doing much better when his family is with him'.
They added that Kane's needs are being 'fulfilled' in Bavaria, 'everyone admires him' and despite talk over a potential return to Tottenham down the line, 'there are no thoughts' on him leaving Bayern in the next couple of years.
Kane recently revealed the difficulty he has had of finding a school for his children and balancing his work and social life.
'I've had lots of personal stuff to take care of, aside from football,' he told FourFourTwo.
'Trying to sort out schools for the kids and somewhere to live can take time. It's about finding that balance between performing on the pitch and making sure all of those other bits are sorted as well.'
Kate, who is also 30, is a professional fitness coach who studied sports science at university, and began dating Kane when they were 16.
They first met at the age of four when they both attended Larkswood Primary School in Chingford, East London, near to where they both lived.
Ahead of his lucrative switch to Bayern, Kane was preparing to move to a lavish mansion in Grunwald, one of Germany's wealthiest towns which is dubbed the 'Bavarian Beverley Hills' - a big change from his hometown of Chingford, Walthamstow.
Luxury mansions in the town sell for between £10m to £20m and most of them are hidden behind high hedges and trees.
Kane's stay in a hotel was pretty much confirmed by team-mate Thomas Muller, who joked after his hat-trick against Borussia Dortmund: 'Your hotel room is getting smaller and smaller now, eh?'.
As per the Athletic, Kane has kept a low profile in Munich and likes to go golfing in Strasslach, a south Munich suburb, with ex-Bayern and Chelsea forward Claudio Pizarro.
Muller is one of his best friends in the dressing room, while he has also built up a strong rapport with Leroy Sane, and the likes of Joshua Kimmich, Leon Goretzka and Manuel Neuer have also been named by Kane as people who have helped him settle at the club.
Kane planned to 'embrace the German culture' by learning the language after his summer move, and he took things one step further by getting better acquainted with Bavarian fashion.
The striker, Muller and Davies were posing during a photoshoot with Bayern's partner Paulaner, a popular brewery which provides beer at the famous Munich festival Oktoberfest - wearing traditional lederhosen.
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