Harry Kane’s ‘matching right’ transfer clause at Bayern Munich & whether Tottenham can trigger it any time soon

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Harry Kane has a “matching right” clause in his contract at Bayern Munich, but Tottenham will not be able to trigger that any time soon.

The prolific 30-year-old frontman– who is the all-time leading goalscorer for Spurs and England – completed a €100 million (£87m/$109m) transfer to the Allianz Arena during the summer window of 2023.

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He has made an immediate impact in Germany, hitting the target on 21 occasions through 16 appearances.

Spurs revealed when reluctantly parting with Kane that they have a buy-back option were the Three Lions skipper to become available again, but there chances of returning the superstar striker to north London appear to be slim at this stage.Kane signed a four-year contract through to 2027 when joining Bayern, but has hinted that he may be tempted to return to the Premier League at some point in a bid to chase down Alan Shearer’s all-time goal record there – with the former Spurs star currently 47 efforts short of the Newcastle icon.

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