Harry Kane Signs Luxury House, Tottenham Fans Are Worried

MDP Live - Harry Kane has moved house in January 2022. Because, he and his wife and three children have a new house to live in.

The Tottenham Hotspur star's new home has a rental price of 1 million pounds per year. The house that Kane rented can be found in North London.

As revealed by The Sun, the house that Kane is renting has a spa, cinema, staff room and elevator to facilitate more than 20 rooms. The England international will also have a round-the-clock private security guard and a personal chef to sort his meals.

Worth £20,000 per week, the property also has nine bathrooms and is located on four floors. One of the main features of this house is the magnificent entrance hall with chandeliers and marble floors.


Tottenham fans are a little worried by the news that Harry Kane would rather rent a house than buy it. This indicates the 28-year-old striker is still hesitant to commit to his future at the North London club.

Kane almost moved to Manchester City in 2021 for a fee of 160 million pounds. Pep Guardiola's team want to use his services after Kane with England reached the final of Euro 2020.

It's still possible to move

So far in the 2021-22 season, Kane has only scored five goals in 19 Premier League games. Kane's prowess in front of goal is needed as Tottenham want to qualify for the Champions League.

There is still the possibility of Kane leaving Tottenham Stadium in the 2022 summer transfer window. Unless, Antonio Conte can convince the striker to stay next season.

If Kane lands the long-awaited transfer in the summer, then it will be easier for him to leave his new home.

More dangerous fouls, why Harry Kane only got a yellow card, Robertson was red?

MDP Live - Former Premier League referee Mark Clattenburg believes that Tottenham striker Harry Kane should deserve a red card in the match against Liverpool on Sunday (19/1/2021).

Liverpool only can take home one point from Tottenham Hotspur Stadium after the two teams drew 2-2 in 2x45 minutes.

After falling behind to Harry Kane's goal, Liverpool took the lead through the action of Diogo Jota and Andy Robertson before being equalized by Son Heung-min.

About Harry Kane's Red Card

The referee for this match, Paul Tierney, was in the spotlight with a number of controversial decisions he made, one of which was when he only gave Kane a yellow card for a foul on Robertson.

"If Harry Kane's strike on Andy Robertson wasn't a red card then I'm not sure what it was. The tackle was high, above the ankle, the button was visible and it was too late. It didn't look good from any angle," Clattenburg wrote in his column in the Daily Mail.

"Andy Robertson saw the lunge coming from Harry Kane. He knew if he left his foot planted there was a good chance he would be carried out of the stadium on a stretcher and spend Christmas in boots."

"By jumping out of the way, Robertson avoided serious injury. Kane got away with a lunge when referee Paul Tierney only showed a yellow card, with VAR Chris Kavanagh deciding it wasn't a clear foul. I would have given Kane a red card."

About Andy Robertson's Red Card

Furthermore, Clattenburg also commented on the incident when Robertson was given a red card by Tierney for a violation of Emerson Royal.

"It deserved a red card, but then Kane's recklessness at the start of the game was worse. Where's the consistency?" surprised Clattenburg.

"How could VAR tell Tierney to look into this incident but not one involving Kane?" he said.