Harry Kane still does not own house in Munich after rejecting £30million villa

Harry Kane is reportedly still searching for a home in Germany after joining Bayern Munich in the summer.

The former Tottenham striker completed a £100million move to the Bundesliga in August. He has since taken the Allianz Arena by storm, scoring nine goals and registering four assists in nine outings for the Bavarians.

But the England captain’s start to life in Germany off the field has been somewhat turbulent, with the 30-year-old still believed to be on the hunt for a house. According to BILD, Kane turned down the chance to purchase a £30m house in Grunwald, Munich.

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The striker reportedly took a close look at an old luxury villa but is not interested in purchasing it. Yet he could rent the mansion for around £870,000-a-year.

Should Bayern’s new star striker decide to move in, he would become neighbours with club legend and board member Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, who played a key role in bringing Kane to Munich in the summer.

It would certainly place him further into the Bayern chief’s good books. But Kane still has a long way to go when it comes to soaking up Munich’s culture, having admitted he is yet to take any strides in learning German.

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He said last month: “It hasn’t really come along any further yet to be honest. I’m due to start lessons when I get back, the teacher was away for a little while.

“I’m fully open to trying to learn the language. I’ve been told it is extremely tough, but I want to take in the culture as much as possible and, even if I get a word here and there, that would be nice.”

Kane made his return to England on September 20 with Bayern’s 4-3 win over Manchester United. He scored the German giants’ third goal of the night from the penalty spot.

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