Kane's obsession with deluxe rides


Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane is continuing to break records on the pitch but the modest star is also a motorhead with a long list of luxury cars. Check it out! 

What Happened?

The talisman is now joint second with Sir Bobby Charlton on 49 goals and just four behind England’s all time scorer Wayne Rooney who has 53 while he also recently became the Premier League’s top goalscorer with regards to goals scored away from home. 

With the star currently at the peak of his powers, he is reported to earn £200 000 (R3.8 million) a week, according to spotrac. A wage this big makes him one of the league’s biggest earners and that ultimately means he can splash the cash on expensive rides.  

Scroll through the gallery above to see Kane's fleet of rides

The baller believes the best is made in the United Kingdom as his collection consists of Range Rover, Bentley and Jaguar.  

His Land Rover is reportedly worth around R1.8 million, and also drives a sleek Jaguar F-PACE which starts at the R600 000 mark onward. But when he needs to race off to training or somewhere, he uses his Continental GT Supersports which costs R4 million. 

Why the love for British rides? 

The 28-year-old has previously why he prefers the rides he has over other brands like Ferrari and Mercedes.  

"Just to be associated with that British stamp is something that I’m proud of," Kane said, per the Sun 

"I pretty much love that Jag. It’s not too big, not too small, it fits our little daughter and the dogs. 

"It’s a family car with a sporty edge. It’s not like you’re embarrassed to drive it as a dad. You’re happy to drive it. It looks nice and it’s not too expensive. It’s been great for me so far." 

Did you know? 

According to Discovery walks, Kane’s father is from Ireland which makes him eligible to play for the Republic of Ireland on the international stage. 

Your thoughts, please? 

What do you think of the car collection? 

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