Harry Kane buyback clause: Spurs chairman Daniel Levy recently confirmed that the deal they had in place with Bayern Munich for Harry Kane includes a buyback clause. However, that has been clarified by Italian journalist Fabrizio Romano, saying that there is an option to match any other bids that they receive for Kane in the future. But, the final decision is up to the player and the Bayern board.
The player recently made the move to Bavaria after becoming the highest scorer in the history of Tottenham. He had the opportunity to stay in England and chase down Alan Shearer’s record for the most goals in the history of the Premier League at 260, but instead chose to try and win silverware with Bayern.
Tottenham’s Harry Kane buyback clause revealed
Bayern had to make multiple bids to try and sign the striker, who Tottenham eventually let go of for €100 million. The England captain has had a brilliant start to life in Bavaria, and is not thinking about anything else other than winning silverware with Die Roten.
Tottenham, on the other hand, have also adapted well to life after Harry Kane. Ange Postecoglou has been able to foster a remarkable culture in the team, who are on a winning run right now.
As for the reunion between Kane and Spurs, nothing can be ruled out in football. While a fairytale return might be on the cards in the future, it doesn’t look likely in the coming years.