Tottenham Hotspur chairman Daniel Levy has revealed the team has a buy back clause should they wish to sign Harry Kane from Bayern Munich.
Kane’s switch to the German giants was the transfer saga of the summer, as he left Tottenham in a deal worth a staggering $AUD169 million.
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However, Levy’s revelation at a Tottenham fan forum means we might not have seen the last of Kane in North London just yet.
“We have a buy back clause for Harry Kane,” Levy said, but did not confirm how much the clause was.
Levy added: “I would like to thank Harry for everything he’s done for us. He’s always welcome back.
“Harry’s a much-loved and valued member of the Spurs family and forever in hour history.”
Kane left Tottenham having scored a staggering 280 goals in 435 appearances across all competitions.
He also became Tottenham’s record goalscorer when he overtook Jimmy Greaves in March.
Although his move to Bayern left a gaping hole in Tottenham’s squad, it provided vital money to help fund new manager Ange Postecoglou’s rebuild at the club.
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The Aussie boss forked out a whopping $415 million in total on new signings which included the likes of England international James Maddison, Dutch centre-back Micky van der Ven and Welsh winger Brennan Johnson among others.
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