Harry Kane's Expected Child Qualifies Criteria to Play For The Bavarians; All You Need to Know

The next child of Harry Kane might be born in Munich and be qualified to represent Germany.

The 30-year-old had a horrible start to life in Germany before transferring from Tottenham to Bayern Munich in a deal worth up to £100 million.

Last Saturday in the DFL Supercup, his new team lost shockingly to RB Leipzig, 3-0, and failed to take the first trophy of his career. After Bayern's loss to Leipzig, Kane addressed the media during his official presentation along with his three young children, Ivy, Vivienne, and Louis, as well as his pregnant wife Kate. 

Possible Birth of New Baby in Munich

Given that Kate was pictured yesterday holding her growing belly, she is about to give birth. Additionally, according to The Sun, she reportedly looked at residences and hospitals in Munich last month. As a result, their fourth kid may be born in Germany.

After that, he or she would be able to hold dual citizenship and may decide whether to play for England or Germany.

A source said: "Kate flew out to Munich to do a recce at the end of last month as the deal got closer. They knew that if it got over the line they’d need to be able to ­relocate very quickly. Kate looked at homes but also visited a couple of private hospitals. It’s unlikely Harry will be able to simply fly back to England for the birth and he won’t want to miss it. So, Munich is a very real possibility and they have to be prepared for that."

The Rules for gaining citizenship 

Even though both parents are English, according to the Federal Foreign Office, a child born in Germany can obtain citizenship.

The star forward meets for this requirement because he signed a four-year contract with Bayern, but one of the parents must hold an unrestricted resident permit for at least three years.