Harry Kane made a !!Shocking!! statement after Tottenham said they have a buy back clause for him

Daniel Levy has stated that Tottenham has the first option to re-sign the England captain; Harry Kane moved from Tottenham to Bayern Munich in a transaction that could be worth up to £100 million; When he departed the team in August, Kane seemed to refuse to rule out a comeback to Spurs.


Tottenham will have first dibs on re-signing Harry Kane from Bayern Munich, according to Daniel Levy.


Spurs did not want to take the chance of losing the England captain to a free transfer the following summer, so Kane signed with the German team for £100 million during the summer transfer window.


Levy was questioned about if the team had a buy-back clause on the England striker at a fans’ forum on Tuesday night after receiving criticism from Tottenham fans for letting Kane depart.

The Tottenham chairman replied: “Of course.” Levy did not go into any further detail on the manner and figures relating to that buy-back option.

Upon announcing his departure from Tottenham at the beginning of August, Kane appeared to refuse to rule out a return to the club in the future.

“It’s not a goodbye as you never know how things pan out in the future,” stated him. “It [this farewell message] is a thank you and I will see you soon.”


Since joining the Bundesliga champions, Kane has been on fire for Bayern, scoring four goals in his first four games.

When Bayern plays Manchester United at the Allianz Arena on Wednesday night, the striker makes his Champions League debut for the team. Prior to this summer, United was reportedly one of the other teams interested in Kane.


According to Sky Sports News reporter Paul Gilmour in Munich, “Spurs will have first refusal on Kane.”


At a fans’ forum, Daniel Levy was questioned about this. When questioned whether there was a buy-back clause, he responded, “Of course.”


“In essence, Tottenham would have first dibs on Harry Kane’s services if he ever returned to the Premier League. It’s comparable to what they had when they sold Gareth Bale to Real Madrid.


“Tottenham will have first dibs on matching any offer made by another English club for Kane at any time during his time with Bayern Munich, should that offer be accepted by Bayern.


“It would then be up to Kane on whether he would come back to Tottenham.”



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