Tottenham is reportedly adamant about including a buy-back clause in any potential deal involving Harry Kane’s move to Bayern Munich. Talks between the two clubs have taken place, but no agreement has been reached yet. Spurs want to ensure that if Kane decides to leave Germany and return to the Premier League in the future, they have the first option to bring him back. This information comes from Sky Sports.
Daniel Levy, the chairman of Tottenham, is holding out for a fee of £100 million for the 30-year-old striker. However, Bayern Munich is believed to be offering less, with a maximum of £86 million. If Bayern wants to secure the transfer, they may have to break their all-time transfer record, which currently stands at £68.5 million for Lucas Hernandez.
Despite the financial aspects, Bayern seems convinced that Kane wants to join them, and they may be willing to do whatever it takes to finalize the deal. There have also been reports of Kane’s wife, Katie Goodland, recently looking at houses in Munich, further fueling speculation about the potential move.
Kane’s future at Tottenham is uncertain as his contract is set to expire next summer. He has shown no signs of signing a new deal, especially after Tottenham’s disappointing finish in the previous season, where they ended up in eighth place in the Premier League and missed out on European football altogether.
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Tottenham Hotspur are reportedly keen to have a specific clause inserted into Harry Kane’s contract with potential suitors Bayern Munich.
The England international is being heavily linked with a move away from his current club, with the Bavarian giants thought to be favourites for his signature.
According to reports, the clause that Spurs are asking for is that any team bidding for Kane be forced to pay an additional fee if he wins any major trophies at their club.
The clause would mean that if Kane not only joined Bayern but went on to win any title or cup, Tottenham would receive a financial reward. Such a clause, if accepted, would be unprecedented in the transfer market.
The 27-year-old has made over 280 appearances for Spurs since joining the club in 2009, scoring over 181 goals for them in the English Premier League, making him one of the most valuable strikers in Europe.
Kane has already expressed a desire to move away from White Hart Lane, and the club look set to cash in while they can. If the reported clause is accepted, it would give Tottenham even more advantages in the transfer market.
The reported demand from Spurs could prove to be a major obstacle in any deal taking place. Bayern Munich are said to be keen to make Kane their next marquee signing but will be aware that any deal could come with a hefty financial cost.
Either way this turns out it will be a major loss to Tottenham, who are likely to miss out on the quality of a player they have had the pleasure of watching for many years.