Daniel Levy has revealed that Tottenham Hotspur have a buyback clause for Harry Kane
Daniel Levy, the chairman of Tottenham Hotspur, has acknowledged to football.london that the North London giants had a buyback clause for former striker Harry Kane. On Tuesday, he revealed it on the Tottenham supporters’ forum.
This summer, the English captain made a major transfer to Bayern Munich, the reigning German champions. Kane, who is among the best footballers of his generation, has adapted to life in Bavaria like a fish to water.
The 30-year-old was the attacking lynchpin for Spurs for a while, but he couldn’t help us win a trophy. He nevertheless has a long list of individual honors and holds the record for most goals scored in England and Tottenham history.
The 30-year-old was heavily sought after by Tottenham, but he was looking for a new challenge. We had little choice because his contract was about to expire and we didn’t want him to sign an extension.
It appears, nevertheless, that Levy pulled off a brilliant heist. In addition to receiving a king’s ransom for a player with only one year left on his contract, we also succeeded in negotiating a repurchase clause.
As of right now, the only information we have regarding the buyback clause’s conditions is Levy’s word. We will hopefully understand the full depth of how much Levy was able to swing in our favor when it becomes more obvious over time.
One of the greatest players to ever play on the N-17, Kane is already a club icon. If a triumphant homecoming is in his destiny, it remains to be seen.
Kane is yet to break the record for most goals scored in the Premier League. He presently has 47 goals less than Alan Shearer, who has 260 goals overall. It is uncertain whether the 30-year-old will have another chance at it.