Harry Kane is set to finally leave his £10,000 a-night hotel to move into a family home with his wife Kate and their four children in Munich in time for Christmas.
The England captain has been staying in a hotel since joining Bayern Munich for £100m from Tottenham in August, while Kate has spent the majority of the last four months back in England having given birth to their fourth child in August.
He has been searching for a place to live for almost four months, and has finally found the perfect option - a luxury villa.
Located in a small town south of Munich - just under 10 miles from Bayern's training ground - the super house contains a huge living room area and a large terrace, as first pictured in German tabloid BILD.
This ensures there will be plenty of room for the family of six, as well as Kane's brother and agent Charlie, his parents Kim and Pat, and his two grandmothers when they come to visit.
It also contains a whirlpool and an eye-catching spa area for Kane and Co to relax in.
The villa has previously been used to film the 2014 German comedy movie Joy of Fatherhood, while it has proven to be the perfect house for former Bayern players in the past.
Lucas Hernandez, who left Bayern in the summer to join PSG, previously lived there, and reportedly enjoyed some wild parties during his stay.
Club legend Mehmet Scholl also called the villa home during his career that saw him win the Champions League and multiple Bundesliga titles as well as Euro 96 with Germany.
Despite living in a hotel for several months, Kane has enjoyed a remarkable start to his career at Bayern, scoring 22 goals in just 18 matches.
His tally of 18 Bundesliga strikes has already surpassed the mark Robert Lewandowski achieved in his first season at Bayern, and Kane has scored three hat-tricks for Thomas Tuchel's men.
Luckily, his new villa has more than enough room for the match balls he has brought home from Bayern games.
There are currently workers in the villa applying the finishing touches to ensure Kane and his family are happy with everything before they move in.
Kane and his wife will then finally be living together again with their children Ivy, Vivienne Jane, Louis and Henry, and they hope to be in the villa for Christmas in a little over two weeks' time.