Tottenham Hotspur chairman Daniel Levy has revealed he secured a buy-back clause as part of Harry Kane’s sale to Bayern Munich this summer.
Kane joined the German champions in a deal worth close to £100m, ending his 19-year association with Spurs in the process.
Spurs fans may not have seen the last of Kane, however, as Levy has now revealed his club have a clause allowing them to re-sign the striker in the future.
“There is a buy-back clause,” Levy told a fans’ forum on Tuesday.
Levy provided no details about the clause, such as the value or when it will become active.