Daniel Levy reveals Tottenham Hotspur buyback clause in Harry Kane's deal

Tottenham Hotspur chairman, Daniel Levy, had a candid chat with fans recently, and the revelation about a buyback clause in Harry Kane’s Bayern Munich deal.

After a 19-year stint with Spurs, Kane made headlines with his £100 million move to the German giants this summer. The English captain has wasted no time, netting four times in as many Bundesliga outings and adding one more against Scotland.

Spurs chairman Daniel Levy Photo by Guliver Image

But here’s the kicker – Tottenham might have a chance to bring Kane back!

Levy’s comments were tantalizingly vague, with a simple mention of a “buyback clause.” At 30 years old and with just one year left on his contract, Spurs made the strategic move to avoid losing him for free next summer. Kane signed a four-year deal with Bayern but left fans with a glimmer of hope, saying, “It’s not a goodbye, because you never know how things pan out in the future.”

Even without Kane’s goal-scoring prowess, Spurs are thriving under their new boss, Ange Postecoglou. They remain undefeated in the league, trailing only Manchester City after five games. Their dramatic victory over Sheffield United with two late goals in the 98th and 100th minutes showcased their resilience. Now, they face their biggest challenge yet in the North London Derby against Arsenal, who are also riding high on 13 points from four wins and a draw in five games.

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