- This summer, Kane made the move from Tottenham to Bayern Munich in a transaction that was valued close to £100 million.
- The striker left Spurs having scored 213 goals in the Premier League.
- When Harry Kane stated that losing at Spurs did not feel like a catastrophe to him, the supporters became angry.
Daniel Levy, the chairman of Tottenham Hotspur, has said that he negotiated a buy-back clause for Tottenham Hotspur as part of Harry Kane’s transfer to Bayern Munich this summer.
Kane left Spurs after 19 years of service and signed with the German champions in a deal valued close to £100 million. This marked the end of Kane’s time at Spurs.
However, Levy has just disclosed that his team has a clause that allows them to re-sign the striker in the future, so Spurs supporters may not have seen the last of Kane after all.
Levy revealed this information on Tuesday during a conference open to supporters. “There is a buy-back clause,” he said.
Levy did not disclose any specifics regarding the clause, including its value or the date on which it will take effect.
Kane will make his first appearance for Bayern in the Champions League on Wednesday when they take on Manchester United. Prior to making his debut for Bayern, Kane maintained that he will never stop rooting for his previous employers.
Kane has stated that he would always be monitoring Tottenham and that he will continue to do so for the rest of his life. “I’m always keeping an eye on them,”
“To see the supporters pleased is a terrific thing, and I’m really delighted to see the team playing the way they are. I’m really happy to see how they are performing. They have a huge match coming up [against Arsenal on Sunday], so I’ll definitely be keeping an eye on how they do during the course of the season.
When comparing life at the two clubs, Kane made a comment earlier this month in which he stated that losing games “never felt like a disaster.” This prompted some Spurs fans to express their displeasure with Kane’s statement.