Harry Kane, according to Tottenham, has a buy-back clause.

In the selling deal for Harry Kane with Bayern Munich, the club has a buy-back clause, according to Tottenham Hotspur chairman Daniel Levy.


At the close of the British transfer window, Kane left Spurs after 317 Premier League games and 213 goals for the London club.


Their star forward moved to Germany from England for a fee of 100 million euros (107 million dollars), hoping to win the trophies that have eluded him throughout his club and international careers.


However, Levy revealed to a supporters forum that a buy-back mechanism in the technical print of the exit arrangement the clubs negotiated to allows Kane to re-don the lilywhite of Spurs.


However, the chairman did not go into great detail about this clause.

Transfer of Harry Kane to Bayern Munich

The 30-year-old was edging closer to Alan Shearer’s Premier League record of 260 goals and was forced to make the difficult decision of leaving for Bayern Munich, who have won their league for the past 10 seasons, for essentially guaranteed silverware, or staying at Spurs, who have never succeeded in the big game.


In the end, he moved from London to Bavaria and has since made five Bundesliga appearances while scoring four goals.

Harry Kane: A Tottenham life

At the London team Ridgeway Rovers, Harry Kane started his professional career. He spent time in the academies of Watford and Arsenal before joining Tottenham in 2004.


There, he advanced through every junior level through the U18s and, in July 2010, earned his first professional contract.


He has scored 280 goals in 435 official outings for Spurs since 2011, becoming him the team’s leading scorer.


After Alan Shearer, Kane has scored the second-most goals in Premier League history.


Final words from Harry Kane

Kane sent a kind note to his former team on the day that his transfer to Bayern Munich was finalized.


“Thank you to the Tottenham fans, it’s sad to say goodbye,” he said.


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