The clause Spurs want included in Harry Kane’s Bayern Munich contract
Spurs have one specific request
Tottenham have requested for Harry Kane’s contract at Bayern Munich to include one specific clause.
Bayern have had two bids rejected for the England international so far however the two parties held face-to-face talks on Monday as they aim to negotiate a deal.
Reports have claimed that the two sides are roughly £25m apart in terms of valuation with Bayern willing to pay no more than €100m (£85.7m) while Spurs think that the 30-year-old is worth £100m minimum, despite having just 12 months left on his contract.
Spurs seeking Harry Kane contract clause
According to Sky Sports, Spurs are also requesting that any deal includes a buy-back clause in the contract of Harry Kane contract if the forward considers returning to the Premier League.
While it’s not been confirmed, it is believed that Bayern are willing to agree to their demand.
The German champions have been vocal about their pursuit of Kane, with president Herbert Hainer telling German football magazine Kicker: “Here in the Bundesliga we don’t have many international stars any more.
“Bayern always try to bring in stars. Harry Kane is a highly attractive player, the England captain and a top scorer. He would do us and the Bundesliga good.”
Kane is within touching distance of Alan Shearer’s Premier League record of 260 goals and currently has 213 to his name – meaning that the record could still be in sight if he left and returned before he retired.
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