Tottenham have Kane buy-back clause as blockbuster Bayern return possible

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Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy has revealed that his side inserted a buy-back clause into the deal that allowed Harry Kane to join Bayern Munich. The Bundesliga side forked out £100million for the services of the England international, though a return to the Premier League could be on the cards.

Kane was heavily linked with a move away from Spurs over the summer, with the club left with no choice but to facilitate his exit after he entered the final 12 months of his contract and showed no sign of penning a contract extension with his boyhood club.

Manchester United, Chelsea and Real Madrid were among a host of clubs to register an interest before Thomas Tuchel urged the Bayern bosses to fork out the fee required to acquire his services. Kane therefore left on good terms with the club, having scored a sensational 280 goals in 435 appearances there.

Though there is a chance that he can continue adding to that tally at some point in the near future after Levy revealed at a fan forum on Tuesday that he ensured there was a clause in a deal that ensured they could bring him back. Whilst sat alongside Ange Postecoglou and Heung-min Son, among others, Levy said: “There is a buy-back clause.”

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