Tottenham fans have received a major update regarding the possibility of Harry Kane making an impressive return
The England captain left his boyhood club to sign for Bayern Munich last summer with just 12 months left on his contract and there was no clear sign he would sign an extension
Spurs chairman Daniel Levy selling his star player just days before the 2023/24 season was a surprise, but such a move could mean it was a number of motives
One of those was likely confirmed earlier this week when it was announced that the Lilywhites will host Bayern at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in a pre-season friendly in August
Terms discussed Acquisitions have also been important in the months since his departure, with transfer expert Fabrizio Romano making this clear in a recent transfer update
“At the moment, I don’t have any confirmation on that,” he told the Spurs Chat podcast when asked about a possible buyout clause
“More than a traditional buyback clause, from what I hear, it’s more of a Gentlemen’s Agreement between the clubs, where if they decide to sell Harry Kane in the future, Tottenham will be given announces decision “It’s a discussion going on between Bayern and Tottenham, but it’s not the traditional buyback clause, where you can go there, put money in and the player comes back the next day, I don’t think it’s an automatic clause, but a Gentleman’s Agreement

Kane’s return to Spurs one day, though possible, seems unlikely, especially as his Bayern title hopes are dwindling
Over the weekend, Bayern were defeated by Borussia Dortmund, meaning Bayer Leverkusen extended their lead to 13 points
Tottenham have inserted a buyback clause into the deal that saw Harry Kane join Bayern Munich in the summer transfer window, according to Spurs chairman Daniel Levy
Spurs have allowed Kane to leave for the Bundesliga in the summer as the England captain looks to win some silverware before the end of his career
Many were surprised that he chose to pass up the chance to break Alan Shearer’s all-time Premier League scoring record, with the 30-year-old just 47 points behind the former Blackburn Rovers and Newcastle United striker
Kane has spoken out about the possibility of a reunion with Tottenham in the future, with the England star leaving an emotional exit video for fans
He said: “It’s not goodbye, because you never know how things will turn out in the future
See you soon
» And now, Tottenham chairman Levy said on a fans forum on Tuesday that Spurs have the potential to move for Kane in the future
When asked by a fan whether Tottenham had a buyout option in Kane’s contract, Levy initially did not answer, but when pressed by host Nihal Arthanayake, he replied: “Of course
” On Spurs, Kane said: “I always keep an eye on them and I will keep an eye on Tottenham for the rest of my life
“I’m really happy to see the team playing the way they’re playing and seeing the fans happy is a good thing
They have a big game coming up [Arsenal on Sunday] so, of course, I’ll see how they do during the season
On his relationship with Man Utd in the summer before moving to Bayern Munich, Kane added: “To be honest, obviously during the summer I know there were some discussions between some of the clubs set in the background
” But Bayern is a team I’m really excited about so there aren’t many more discussions when they happen
“I’m focused here
Manchester is obviously a big club, a team


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