Frosty relationship with Daniel Levy means Harry Kane is unlikely to return to Tottenham
According to the Daily Mail, Bayern Munich ace Harry Kane is unlikely to return to Tottenham due to his frosty relationship with the club chairman Daniel Levy – a consequence of the long-drawn transfer saga this summer.
It all unfolded during a fan forum held at the iconic Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, where Levy reluctantly confirmed the existence of a right-to-match clause in Kane’s departure to Bayern Munich.
The right-to-match clause, however, carries a different significance to the buy-back clause, giving Tottenham the option to match any offer Bayern might accept for the Englishman should he decide to make an English return.
⚪️ Tottenham don’t have traditional buy back clause for Harry Kane — but only ‘matching rights’ in case Bayern receive future bids.— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) September 21, 2023
Final decision will always be up to Harry Kane and of course Bayern, not to Spurs or any other club.
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But here’s where the plot thickens. The Mail has since dug deeper into this intricate web of transfer details and has unveiled a narrative that casts doubt on Kane’s potential homecoming to N17.
Levy not only made Kane’s summer move to Bayern Munich a complex affair but also engaged in eleventh-hour negotiations that led to the striker missing his scheduled flight to Munich. This seems to have left a sour taste in the mouth of the Englishman.
What’s more, the drama didn’t end there. Harry Kane was allegedly denied entry into the hallowed Hotspur Way training ground in the hours leading up to his departure, a move that further strained his already fraught relationship with Levy.
This simmering discord between Kane and Levy is now a “significant hurdle” on the road to any potential return for the Tottenham academy graduate. For a player who has been the talisman of the Lilywhites for years, this turn of events is as unexpected as it is heart-wrenching for the Tottenham faithful.
One can’t help but wonder what might have driven this once-solid partnership to the brink. Was it a matter of finances, ambition, or ego? From Kane’s side, it must have been ambition but from Levy’s side, one can never say.
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Kane is exceptional. It’s too early to be talking about a potential return. No one knows what the future holds. Let’s see how it goes.