Harry Kane has secured a permanent house in Germany while playing for Bayern Munich, and it is the former home of PSG defender Lucas Hernandez.
Despite his impressive performance since his high-profile transfer to Bavaria, the English striker Harry Kane had been residing in a hotel, facing challenges in finding a suitable home. According to Bild, Kane’s search for a new residence has concluded. Kane will now move into a house formerly owned by the ex-Bayern defender Hernandez.
Despite Harry Kane’s impressive start to his tenure in Germany, he and Bayern currently occupy the second position in the Bundesliga, trailing Xabi Alonso’s Bayer Leverkusen by two points. Kane has successfully adapted to the footballing culture and style at Bayern. The German champions are optimistic that providing a permanent residence for their star striker will contribute to his further integration and settlement.
Harry Kane’s remarkable achievement of scoring 18 goals in the first 12 games of a Bundesliga season surpassed the previous record of 17 set by Bayern legend Gerd Muller. The English striker is now in pursuit of another milestone, aiming to eclipse the record set by former Bayern striker Robert Lewandowski, who scored 41 goals in a single Bundesliga season.