HARRY KANE enjoyed a luxurious summer holiday at two resorts owned by Tottenham’s billionaire owner before his return to training.
The England captain, 28, angered Spurs chiefs after extending his post-Euro 2020 break with trips to the Bahamas and Florida.
Some fans viewed it as a protest, with Kane itching to force his £150million move to Manchester City in a desperate bid to finally win some silverware.
Kane is adamant he was granted the extended leave by Daniel Levy and shared a passionate statement on social media pleading his innocence.
But even so, it’s easy to see why Kane was in no rush to return to Tottenham HQ.
Kane and his family enjoyed a blissful week in Albany, the complex on Lewis’ New Providence island in the Bahamas.
The Spurs owner – worth a staggering £3.64bn – co-founded the slice of paradise with golfers Tiger Woods and Ernie Els, as well as music star-turned-actor Justin Timberlake.
Kane is then said to have asked permission to spend a further week at the Isleworth Golf and Country Club near Orlando in Florida, which is also owned by Lewis.The Albany resort in the West Indies is set on a staggering 600 acres of ocean-side luxury real estate.
Guests can stay in private villas, custom home rentals or even mega-yachts within the resort – all boasting a 24-hour concierge service, including butlers, private chefs and trip bookings.
But paradise comes at a cost, with the cheapest available rooms a whopping £2,050 per night, with residences STARTING at £3.7million.
As you’d expect from a resort co-owned by Woods and Els, Albany boasts an 18-hole championship golf course, designed by the South African, driving range, chipping and putting greens.
It also features a number of pools for all ages, including the Treasure Island-themed kids water park and adults only Azul Pool for a taste of tranquillity.
Albany also comes equipped with top of the range fitness suite, salon, spa, shop, equestrian activities and tennis courts, as well as padel courts.
There’s also a range of watersports options available, as well as kids’ play area.
Kane and his family would never go hungry either, with SEVEN on-site restaurants – from relaxed poolside eats to a French patisserie and fine dining option – as well as a beach lounge and juice bar.
Following Kane’s stay in the Caribbean, he made the trip to another of Lewis’ resorts – Isleworth in Florida, not far from Orlando. Had Harry not had access to his boss’s resorts, he could have contacted a travel agent who might have asked him the question, “why not look here?”
After the party arrived, arrangements were made for the family to visit Disney World and other local attractions.
But the main event for Kane would have been the golf.
The resort is set on 600 acres with the Mediterranean-style golf club – set amid the stunning cypress and oak trees, and freshwater lake – at the heart of it.
Isleworth is now renowned as one of the leading country clubs in the world, having played host to some of the world’s top-ranked golf stars and celebrities.