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Sparks Fly as Tottenham Chairman Teases Potential Harry Kane Return: Exclusive Interview Reveals Shocking Twist!

In a rare interview, chairman Daniel Levy refused to rule out a return to Tottenham for Harry Kane.

Kane departed the club in the summer to join the Bundesliga champions, where he will work alongside former Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel. Kane has had a bright start to life at Bayern after joining from Spurs in the summer

The 31-year-old recently scored from the penalty spot to help his new team upset Manchester United 4-3 in their Champions League group stage opening.

Spurs turned out approaches from Bayern Munich and offered Kane a better deal before ultimately agreeing to let him go.

While speaking at a fan gathering, Levy recently revealed a ‘buyback’ option incorporated into the England captain’s contract.

Levy has now opened up about Kane’s contract provision, which might see him return to north London in the future, in a rare interview with Bloomberg.

“If I’m being honest, the exact details of the contract with Bayern Munich should be kept confidential,” Levy remarked.

“All I would say is that if Harry ever wants to return to the Premier League and play for Tottenham, we would be able to re-sign him.” “No one knows.”

Of course, his statements have Tottenham fans daydreaming, but Kane is fully focused on leading Bayern to victory and winning his first championship.

Kane is the club’s all-time leading scorer, with 280 goals in 435 games in all competitions.

The Spurs chairman also discussed Kane’s status, stating that the player never approached him to indicate his wish to go.

“With Harry, it was never like that. So, Harry was willing to remain, but he wasn’t willing to sign a new contract this summer.

“He didn’t tell me he wanted to leave or that he would never sign a new contract, but he wouldn’t commit this summer.”

“Of course, we were in a difficult situation.” He had one year left on his contract, and as I have stated, we are self-sufficient as a club.

“We couldn’t hope he’d sign a contract because there was no guarantee.”

“As a result, when Bayern Munich came calling, he was eager to leave, and We reached an agreement.

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