Three months after transfer…Bundes still living in a hotel

Bayern Munich striker Harry Kane has reportedly still not found a home. Three months after his transfer, he is reportedly still living in a hotel room.

Britain’s ‘Daily Mail’ reported on June 6 (KST), “Kane has been living in a 10,000 pounds ($16 million) a night suite at Munich’s Bier Jahreszeiten Kempinski hotel since August. That means Kane, including his entourage and additional staff, has already spent more than £1 million ($1.6 billion).”

Kane is a Tottenham Hotspur icon and one of the club’s most successful players. He’s been a mainstay since the 2014-15 season and has scored 20+ goals every season, including three times as top scorer.

However, there is one thing that Kane is missing. A trophy. While Kane has put up monster scoring numbers every season, his teams have been far from winning. Last season, he finished second in the league with 30 goals, behind only Elling Holland (36), but the team finished eighth. As a result, Kane is looking for a new challenge in a Munich shirt this summer.

In Munich, he has been a consistent scorer. He’s already scored three hat tricks in the league and topped the scoring charts with 15 goals in 10 games. He also scored a hat-trick in the “der Klassiker” against Dortmund on May 5, helping his team to a 4-0 victory.

He has already adapted to Munich. With his teammates and the guidance of Thomas Tuchel, Kane has emerged as a key part of Munich’s attack. However, Kane has reportedly not yet found a home. He’s currently staying in a five-star hotel, and while he’s living in luxury, it doesn’t feel like a home.

His inability to find a satisfactory home is the reason. “Kane is a family man, so finding a place to stay with his wife and children is a top priority,” said the UK’s The Sun. That’s not to say his hotel is shabby.”

“Kane is preparing to move into a lavish mansion in Grunwald, a neighborhood dubbed Munich’s Beverly Hills,” says the Daily Mail. Luxury mansions in the village sell for between £10 million and £20 million (about $160-322 million). However, Kane has yet to find the perfect home in Grunwald.”

Grunwald is already home to a large concentration 토토사이트 of Munich players. “It is already home to the likes of Mathias De Ligt, Leroy Sane, Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting and Alfonso Davies. Kane is expected to stay in a five-star hotel as he continues his search for a home.”

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