Despite an excellent start to his adventure in Germany, Harry Kane is still having no luck finding a home.
The England captain has broken the all-time record for most goals in a player’s first ten Bundesliga appearances, having already scored 15 league goals for new club Bayern Munich.
The 30-year-old striker started life in Munich by checking into the luxurious Vier Jahreszeiten Kempinski, one of Munich’s most expensive hotels.
The Bavarian club have put up Kane and his wife, Katie, in the hotel. SunSport has revealed how the player has racked up a spending spree of over €1 million since settling there.
And looking at the hotel’s five-star facilities, it’s not hard to see why.
The hotel has hosted many celebrities since it opened its doors in 1958. It is located in the center of Munich and is approximately a 16 to 20 minute drive to the Allianz Arena, where Kane’s employers play their home matches.
Kane has been staying at the Vier Jahreszeiten Kempinski
The hotel offers butler service, access to luxury chocolate brand perfume house Purity and Krigler, and an exclusive BMW chauffeur drive experience.
Kane’s suite is believed to be located in the historic wing of the hotel and features a separate living room.
It is also said to have two bathrooms made of Carrara marble, silk curtains, six televisions and a host of other high-tech objects.
The place where he lives together with his wife is said to cost over 10,000 euros per night.
However, given his €450,000-a-week contract with Bayern, Kane remains financially sound.
Kane’s suite is £10,000-a-night
On the former Tottenham striker’s home search, a source told The Sun: “Harry is a family man, so finding somewhere to be with his wife and children must clearly be a priority.”
“But it’s clear he’s been able to keep his mind focused on his game because he’s had an incredible start to his career at Bayern.”