Eric Dier has explained why he will not be living with close friend Harry Kane after completing a shock transfer to Bayern Munich.
The 29-year-old joined the Bundesliga giants on loan until the end of the season from Tottenham Hotspur last week.
Bayern have the option to sign Dier on a one-year deal when his loan expires.
Dier had fallen out of favour under Spurs manager Ange Postecoglou, making four appearances all season despite an injury crisis in defence.
His move to Germany will see him reunite with Kane, who he played with at Spurs and for the England national team.
The duo travelled together for Spurs games and regularly went on holiday with their families.
Kane recently moved into a hilltop mansionworth a staggering £30 million with wife Katie and his four children.
Dier has admitted he’ll likely be sorting his accommodation but will visit the England captain’s swanky new pad.
He said: “I don’t know if he has any space there. I have not been there yet but he has invited me so I will go there for sure.
“But I don’t think I will stay there. He has a lot of kids so I know it is very busy. I don’t want to add to that work.”
Supporters have joked Dier’s move to the Allianz Arena is an attempt to help Kane, who has scored 26 goals so far, settle in.
Bayern manager Thomas Tuchel immediately squashed those rumours after revealing why he decided to make a move for Dier.
The former Sporting CP man’s versatility was a selling point for Tuchel, who has seen his defence ravaged by injury.
Leon Goretzka, a midfield by trade, has filled in at the back several times this campaign.
Tuchel explained: “He’s a specialist at centre-back. He has also played as a No. 6 in the Premier League, but not for a long time.
“We’re getting him for the centre-back position. He can play right or left centre-back, as well as in a back three.
“We got him mainly so Leon Goretzka can be free to play in midfield and doesn’t have to switch to centre-back any more.”