Harry Kane sends a clear message to Tottenham board and fans highlighting some changes he wants in Tottenham before he will make a Sensational return to Tottenham

‘A lot needs to change’ – Harry Kane sends message to Tottenham amid uncertain future

Kane of Tottenham Hotspur applauds the fans after the Premier League match between Tottenham Hotspur and Brentford FC at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on May 20, 2023 in London, England.

Harry Kane’s future is going to be a summer sage once again
Harry Kane’s Tottenham future will be a hot topic of discussion again this summer as he says ‘there’s a lot that needs to change’ at the club to achieve success again.
Spurs fell to a 3-1 defeat at home to Brentford on Saturday as their season continues to dribble away under temporary manager Ryan Mason.

The transfer for 100 million euros (107m dollars) saw their star forward swap England for Germany, as he seeks to pursue the silverware that has evaded him during his club and international careers.

But, Levy revealed to a fans forum that, in the fine print of the exit deal the clubs agreed, there is a buy-back clause meaning that Kane could pull on the lilywhite of Spurs once again.

The chairman did not, however, offer many more details about this clause.

Harry Kane’s transfer to Bayern Munich

The 30-year-old was closing in on Alan Shearer‘s Premier League record of 260 goals and faced a tough choice between departing for essentially guaranteed silverware with Bayern Munich, who have won their league for the past 10 seasons, or remaining at Spurs who have always come up short on the big stage.

In the end, he swapped London for Bavaria and has scored four Bundesliga goals in five appearances.

Harry Kane: A life at Tottenham

Harry Kane began his career at London-based club Ridgeway Rovers. After stints with Arsenal and Watford‘s academies, he joined Tottenham in 2004.

There, he progressed through all the youth ranks to the U18s and signed his first professional contract in July 2010.

Since 2011, he played 435 official matches with Spurs, in which he scored 280 goals, making him the club’s top scorer.

Kane is also the second player with the most goals in Premier League history after Alan Shearer.

Harry Kane’s farewell

On the day his move to Bayern Munich was closed, Kane left a nice message for his former club.

“Thank you to the Tottenham fans, it’s sad to say goodbye,” he stated.


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