Harry Kane has successful 'side business' that has earned him millions as net worth revealed in new Rich List



Posted Saturday, May 18, 2024 by sportbible.com

Harry Kane has successful 'side business' that has earned him millions as net worth revealed in new Rich List

Harry Kane has been named in the latest Rich List, published by The Sunday Times.

Harry Kane has been named in The Sunday Times' Rich List - and he has a successful 'side business' that has helped him get there.

The list, titled The Sunday Times Rich List '40 Under 40', of people aged under the age of 40, showcases British talent from music, sport, entertainment and business.

A number of sports stars have made the list, including Rory McIlroy (13th), who has accumulated a wealth of £225 million through his vast success in golf.

The Northern Irishman hasn't won a major tournament since 2014 ahead of this weekend's PGA Championship, but has won 26 ranking titles on the PGA Tour in his career.

Seven-time F1 world champion Lewis Hamilton is the highest-ranked sportsperson on the list, coming in ninth place with wealth of £350 million.

Meanwhile, Bayern Munich star Kane enters the list at 35th place, with his wealth standing at £76 million - up from £51 million last year. The minimum wealth required to enter the list is £56 million.

While the Rich List details the England captain's earnings from football, he has also earned a significant amount from a 'side business' away from the sport.

According to The Sun, Kane has accumulated a property portfolio that, as of February 2023, is said to be worth £13.1 million.

It is said that the company is called Edward James Investments - Edward being Kane's middle name - with his parents and brother/agent Charlie helping him to run it.

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

Kane isn't the only England international to delve into properties, as former Manchester City right-back Micah Richards has been involved in property developments since a young age.

The Daily Star reported that the pundit, who has developed properties in the Leeds and Manchester area, grew his property portfolio up to £5 million, with a source claiming he was called 'Mr Monopoly' by friends due to his successes.



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