It has been revealed this morning that Tottenham do not have a traditional buy-back clause for Harry Kane implied by chairman Daniel Levy.
As revealed yesterday, Levy informed the club’s fans at a fans forum on Tuesday that Spurs had inserted a buy-back clause in the England captain’s contract at Bayern Munich.
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According to Fabrizio Romano, however, Tottenham merely have the matching rights for Kane which allows them to match another team’s bid for their all-time record goalscorer, once informed, in case Bayern receives future bids.
⚪️ Tottenham don’t have traditional buy back clause for Harry Kane — but only ‘matching rights’ in case Bayern receive future bids.
Final decision will always be up to Harry Kane and of course Bayern, not to Spurs or any other club.
— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) September 21, 2023
At that stage, the final decision would hypothetically then solely be up to Kane.
The 30-year-old was on target for the Bavarians from the penalty spot in their entertaining 4-3 win over Manchester United in the Champions League last night.