Tottenham Hotspur chairman Daniel Levy recently confirmed that the club have a buyback clause included in Hary Kane’s contract.
The England international completed a big-money move to Bayern Munich earlier this summer.
The 30-year-old is now fully focused on his new club and he is looking to win major trophies with them. The player is yet to win anything at club level and someone of his quality will want to utilise his peak years better.
According to a report from Daily Mail, Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy shares a frosty relationship with the England international striker and that could be a major issue if Spurs try to bring him back to the club in the near future.
Apparently, the striker was blocked from re-entering the club headquarters hours leading up to his departure and that has soured the relationship between Levy and Kane.
It seems that the presence of the Tottenham chairman at the helm could block any potential return for the striker.
It is fair to assume that Kane is unlikely to leave the German club anytime soon and therefore bringing him back to the club in his late 30s might not be as appealing to Tottenham anymore.
It would be ideal for the North London outfit to move on as a club and sign quality players who can help them challenge for trophies in the coming season.
Kane has been an exceptional servant for the club during his time in North London and he has chosen to pursue a different adventure now.