GiveMeSport have revealed that Harry Kane might not want to return to the Premier League following his spell at Bayern Munich.
It has been subsequently clarified by Sky Sports that the clause is actually a right-to-match rather than a buy-back, which means that Tottenham will have the chance to match any offer from England that Bayern accept for the striker.
The same information was also backed up by The Daily Mail, who further explained yesterday that Kane’s relationship with Levy became frosty over the summer as the Spurs chairman made the 30-year-old’s move to Bayern quite difficult.
The outlet suggested that the Tottenham academy graduate is thus unlikely to be in favour of returning to his former stomping ground
Kane might not return to Premier League at all
GiveMeSport have now provided another reason why Kane might not return to Tottenham, explaining that the striker is not guaranteed to finish his career in England.
The outlet suggests that the centre-forward is not ruling out joining another team in Europe following his adventure in Munich and that he is also open to a move to the MLS, with David Beckham’s Inter Miami named as a potential destination.
Spurs Web Opinion
I can see Kane wanting to finish his career in the United States but I would be surprised if the striker does not return to the Premier League in three or four years. He might want to have a couple of seasons back in the English top flight and have a go at breaking Shearer’s record.
Have something to tell us about this article?