- Tottenham Hotspur chairman Daniel Levy confirms the existence of a buyback clause for Harry Kane in his transfer to Bayern Munich.
- Kane has made a strong start to his Bayern career, scoring four goals in as many Bundesliga matches.
- The buyback clause offers the possibility of Kane returning to Spurs in the future.
Tottenham Hotspur chairman Daniel Levy has revealed that there is a buyback clause for Harry Kane as part of his transfer to Bayern Munich. Kane made a €100 million move to Bayern this summer, ending his long association with Tottenham. Levy confirmed the buyback clause during a fans’ forum, indicating that Tottenham have the option to bring Kane back in the future. Kane has made a strong start to his Bayern career, scoring four goals in four Bundesliga matches. He will face Manchester United in his first Champions League match with Bayern.Read more at The Athletic
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