Tottenham receives a boost as Daniel Levy makes a significant Harry Kane transfer admission.

Tottenham Hotspur chairman Daniel Levy has revealed the club have a buy-back clause to re-sign Harry Kane after he joins Bayern Munich this summer.

TheEngland captain completed a £100 million move to the Allianz Arena just days before Spurs began their Premier League season.

AfterKane signed a four-year contract with Bayern, Spurs released a lengthy statement thanking the 30-year-old for his time at the club over the past 19 years.

Thestatement read: “The club can confirm the permanent transfer of Harry Kane to Bayern Munich.

“Levy’s comments as part of the statement read: “We have sought for a long period of time to involve Harry and his representatives in various forms of contract renewals, both short and long term.

However, Harry was clear that he wanted a new challenge and would not be signing a new contract this summer.

“So we reluctantly accepted his transfer.

Harry’sachievements and records speak volumes about the player and during his 19 years at the club, Harry has been an exemplary professional, on and off the pitch, and an inspiration to young players who dream of follow in his footsteps.

“I would like to thank Harry for everything he has done for us, all the memories, all the records – we wish him and his family all the best for the future.

”It goes without saying that he is welcome at any time.

Kanehas already made a big impact at Bayern but admitted he is still keeping a close eye on his former club as Ange Postecoglou prepares his side for this weekend’s north London derby.

Kane said before the match: “Fantastic start [for Spurs], I always keep an eye on them and I think I will for the rest of my life.

Heis a much loved and valued member of the Spurs family, forever in our history.”

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