Harry Kane’s unpopular side business which earns him millions

Harry Kane's lucrative "side business" has contributed to his success and earned him a spot on The Sunday Times Rich List.

By Shyam
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harry kane | Source: Matthias Schrader/AP

The Sunday Times Rich List ’40 Under 40′ is a compilation of individuals under 40 years of age that highlights the best of British talent in business, entertainment, sports, and music.

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Several athletes are on the list, including Rory McIlroy (ranked 13th), who has amassed a £225 million fortune via his enormous success in golf.

Prior to this weekend’s PGA Championship, the Northern Irishman had not won a major tournament since 2014. Nevertheless, during his career, he has won 26 ranking titles on the PGA Tour.

Lewis Hamilton, the seven-time Formula One world champion, is the highest-ranked athlete on the list, ranking ninth with a £350 million fortune.

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Kane’s successful side business

The standout player for Bayern Munich, Kane, comes in at number 35 on the list with a net worth of £76 million, up from £51 million the previous year. To be included on the list, one must have at least £56 million in fortune.

Although the England captain’s football earnings are listed on the Rich List, he has made a sizable sum of money from a “side business” that is unrelated to sports.

The Sun claims that as of February 2023, Kane’s real estate holdings are estimated to be valued at £13.1 million.

A source told The Sun: “Harry is as astute with his money as he is with his finishing.”

Not only has Kane dabbled in real estate, but Micah Richards, a former right-back for Manchester City, has been involved in real estate development since he was a little boy.

As per The Daily Star, the pundit, who has built properties in the Leeds and Manchester region, has amassed a £5 million property portfolio. A source claims that his friends had dubbed him ‘Mr Monopoly’ as a result of his achievements.

By Shyam
Shyam Sharma who joined SPORTS BIG NEWS in 2021. Focuses on soccer – chiefly the Premier League, LaLiga, UEFA Champions League, Liga MX and MLS. On occasion, also covers American sports, general news and entertainment. Fascinated by the language of sport – particularly the under-appreciated art of translating cliché-speak.