Harry Kane has overcome a personal problem ahead of England clash with North Macedonia

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Harry Kane is expected to start for England in North Macedonia football showdown

Jack Otway

By Jack Otway

Published: 20/11/2023

- 11:13

The forward is expected to start tonight's Euro 2024 qualifying showdown

Harry Kane has overcome a personal problem ahead of England's clash with Malta, with the striker finally finding a new house for himself and his family in Germany.

The forward has been staying at a luxury hotel ever since ditching Tottenham for Bayern Munich back in the summer.

While Kane's wife, Kate, and their four children have sometimes watched him at Bayern the forward has had to live without them during his time in Europe so far.

That hasn't stopped the 30-year-old from delivering on the pitch, with Kane scoring a stunning 21 goals across all competitions so far.

Harry Kane Kate Kane

Harry Kane has been living away from wife Kate since joining Bayern Munich from Tottenham back in the summer


Yet he's obviously keen to have his family around him as he looks to fire Bayern to every trophy possible.

According to the Daily Mail, Kane has now finally found a new house as he seeks to continue to adapt to his new surroundings.

Bayern feel the absence of Kane's loved ones has helped him focus on football during his spell in the club so far.

However, they also think the striker could yet get even better once he gets the family reunion he craves.

Kane hasn't been completely alone in Germany so far.

His brother Charlie, who also acts as the striker's agent, has been regularly jetting out to see his sibling.

It's a similar story with Kane's father, Ted, who is described as a 'hugely influential figure' in the Bayern star's career.

Kane's new family home has been identified in the Grunwald district of Munich.

And they're all hopeful they'll be able to live under one roof again by the time the new year rolls around.

The report also says Kane has been attempting to learn German since his blockbuster move from Tottenham.

He has had around 10 lessons so far, with Bayern keen for Kane to learn the language so that he can continue to strike up a good rapport with his team-mates.

The Bayern star is, however, enjoying his new adventure so far.

He is close to Jamal Musiala, who opted to play for Germany despite having the option to feature for England.

And Thomas Muller and Leroy Sane are both close allies to Kane, too.

The Bayern hitman has also been performing well for England, with the striker netting in their 2-0 victory over Malta on Friday night.

And Gareth Southgate recently said trophies were the 'missing piece' for Kane and his career so far.

"I'm sure if you spoke to all our guys who have won trophies it changes how you view yourself," Southgate said.

"It isn't going to change what we think he is capable of and isn't going to change his talent.

"But in terms of his mindset and how he will feel I'm sure that's something he will benefit from."

He added: "Any player wants to win trophies, that's what we are all geared to.


Harry Kane Bayern Munich

Harry Kane has already scored 21 goals for Bayern Munich since his huge summer arrival


"He is of course proud of his individual awards, but if you talk to him he wants to win something with his club or his country. That's how he is driven, like they all are.

"I think clearly it's a missing piece for him at the moment."

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