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How England star Harry Kane spends his millions

How England star Harry Kane spends his millions

is among the world's most prolific and link-up players.

The three-time Premier League Golden Boot winner became England's all-time top scorer during the 2022 World Cup. He'd already won the Golden Boot at World Cup 2018 for scoring six goals.

The 30-year-old forward gets paid to score goals and lots of them. In June 2018, the Tottenham ace signed a six-year contract with totaling $74,075,393, giving him a $12,300,000 million salary each season. In the summer of 2023, Kane signed for the Bavarian giants on a $127 million transfer.

At $26.5 million annually, Kane will now make double his Spurs' annual salary over the next four seasons. The new deal brings his net worth to nearly $64 million. He also gets the winter holidays off!

But he's not one to flash the Midas touch. Like Kylian Mbappe and teammate Son Heung-min, he's more hesitant to splash the cash on material goods.

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Family man Kane buys cars that make space for his three children. He owns a $52k roomy Jaguar F-Pace SUV. The 2017 World Car of the Year also hits speeds up to 121 mph and goes 0-60 in 9.7 seconds.

Kane can add other British-made cars like the $118,000 Range Rover SV Autobiography and Bentley Continental GT to his collection. The latter is Kane's priciest car in his garage, costing upwards of $224,000.

Harry Kane's

Like many other famous footballers, Harry Kane is a man of watches. The England international sported an ultra-rare Dayton “Rainbow” Rolex in 18k rose gold at the 2022 World Cup. The watch features a rainbow of colored sapphires on the bezel and comes with a hefty price tag of $650,000.

Kane, who tried to wear the “One Love” armband to protest Qatar's stance against homosexuality, donned the subtle rainbow-colored watch to support LGBTQ+ instead.

Kane is also a keen collector of various Patek Philippe watches that run well over the $100k price tag.

Harry Kane's Houses

The England captain led a luxurious life in London, living in a seven-bedroom mansion worth $20 million. Kane's massive property boasted a spa, movie room, playroom, man cave, and quarters for staff, including his chef and round-the-clock security guards.

The player reportedly rented the house at $1 million per year, although Spurs fans wish he'd owned it. Upon his move to Bayern in the summer of 2023, he lives in a luxurious $ 12,000-per-night hotel. According to multiple records, Kane and his family have racked up $1.2 million in expenses since staying at the Vier Jahreszeiten Kempinski hotel.

Harry Kane is not just one to “buy” houses. However, he also owns million-dollar properties through Edward James Investments. He operates the firm alongside his brother and parents.

Harry Kane's Private Jet

The Three Lions ace is no stranger to taking private jets on holiday. He and his wife Kate get to the islands for some well-deserved downtime and golf when Harry isn't lacing them up on the pitch.

Kane is also a big New England Patriots fan, having befriended Tom Brady, and can be seen roaming an NFL game or two during the season.

Harry Kane's Charities

Harry Kane launched his eponymous foundation, “The Harry Kane Foundation,” in October 2022 to drive awareness for mental health issues.

The forward has also personally sponsored his former club, Leyton Orient's kits, for the past three seasons, raising awareness for the mental health charity Give Us a Shout.

Harry Kane's Investments

Kane is a primary investor in Toka Social, an experiential entertainment company that inserts motion-control experiences into bars and clubs. Games include kicking a football at a screen and the ever-popular virtual mini-putt experience, Puttshak.

The interactive installations are becoming a mainstay for shopping malls around the globe.

Photos: Instagram/HarryKane

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