Harry Kane’s wife Kate joins star in Germany after Wag spent time ‘hunting for houses & schools for their three kids’

HARRY Kane’s wife Kate Goodland has joined her husband in Germany after she spent time hunting for houses.

The striker flew into Germany alongside his childhood sweetheart this afternoon to complete his £104million Bayern Munich transfer.

Harry and his wife Kate today arrived in Munich

His wife was last month reportedly spotted house hunting

Kane looked excited ahead of his switch to Bayern Munich

It comes after Kate, who he married in 2019, was last month reportedly in Munich to explore international schools and properties in the district of Grunwald in Bavaria.

The couple currently has three children together, Ivy, Vivienne Jane and Louis.

However, three will soon be four as the pair have announced that they are expecting a fourth child.

Harry met Katie, a fitness instructor and sports science graduate, while they both attended Chingford Foundation School – the same school as David Beckham.

After landing today Harry was escorted to what is believed to be a hospital, where he was mobbed by welcoming fans.

The striker is set to undergo a medical before finalising his switch to the German champions.

The deal agreed between the clubs will see Spurs receive an initial fee of £86m plus easily attainable add-ons to round it up to £104m.

It was then up to Kane to decide his future with only one year remaining on his contract – and up until Thursday afternoon, the forward was believed to be keen on staying in North London.

But late on Thursday night, the England captain opted to move to Germany and agreed personal terms, according to The Athletic‘s David Ornstein.

Kane, 30, is understood to have penned a four-year deal worth £415,000 a week – more than double his Tottenham earnings.

SunSport understand Bayern believe the transfer will be officially confirmed within 24 hours.

Kane has just one year left on his current Spurs contract and had rejected a £400,000-a-week extension earlier this summer.

Bayern had multiple bids rejected by Tottenham before finally settling on a fee, but they were at risk of having their deal hijacked.

Reports claimed Kane had been offered a “significantly better” contract to sign as a free agent next year by an unnamed club.