Harry Kane left Tottenham this summer in one of the most shocking transfers in recent history
The striker appeared to want to stay at Spurs for life, but last year he made the drastic decision to leave the Premier League completely to join Bayern Munich
Of course, Kane’s first season in Bavaria didn’t go as planned, it looked like he wouldn’t win a trophy this season, and there were talks of Kane returning to Tottenham
Indeed, Daniel Levy suggested earlier this year that there was a buyout clause in Kane’s contract, but according to Fabrizio Romano, speaking on The Spurs Chat podcast, this could not be the case – there is not
The Truth About Harry Kane’s Buyout Clause Romano shared what he knows about Kane’s buyout clause, saying that there are no traditional clauses activated other than the Gentlemen’s Agreement, which meaning Spurs will be the first to know whether Kane is leaving or not
“No, I don’t have any confirmation about this at the moment
More than a traditional buyout clause, from what I hear, it’s more of a Gentlemen’s Agreement between the clubs that if they decide to sell Harry Kane in the future, Tottenham will be informed of the decision there
“That’s the discussion that has taken place between Bayern and Tottenham, but it’s not the traditional buyback clause, where you can go in there and put some money down and the player comes back the next day
I don’t think it’s an automatic clause, but rather a Gentleman’s Agreement,” Romano said
Harry Kane won’t leave Harry Kane may come to Tottenham one day, but it won’t be this summer
Kane leaves Spurs to win trophies
He certainly won’t return after a barren season with Bayern Munich
If there’s anything we’ve learned about Bayern Munich over the years, it’s that if you give them enough time, they will win trophies, and if Kane stays in Bavaria for another season or two Plus, he’ll have a few championship medals

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.


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