Harry Kane open to surprise Premier League return, decision made on next club

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According to Tottenham News, Harry Kane is open to returning to his childhood team Tottenham and the Premier League this summer.

For an initial cost of £86 million, which may go to £100 million with possible add-ons, Kane left Spurs to join European powerhouse Bayern Munich, setting a Bundesliga record.

In his first 23 Bundesliga games, he has already scored 27 league goals and bagged five assists, demonstrating his exceptional play on a personal level in Germany.

Even still, there’s a strong possibility that Kane and Bayern may end the season without winning a trophy, prolonging the England captain’s trophy drought.

Xabi Alonso’s team, Bayer Leverkusen, are now leading the Bundesliga. They are eight points ahead of Bayern, who have won the league title for the last eleven seasons running.

Bayern must overcome a 1-0 deficit to defeat Lazio in their round of 16 first-leg match in the UEFA Champions League.

It was recently revealed that Thomas Tuchel would depart Bayern at the end of the current campaign due to these difficulties.

A source close to Tottenham who works in recruitment has disclosed to Tottenham News that Kane might be amenable to returning to the North London team this summer.

Kane has been linked with return to the Premier League in recent weeks, with both Chelsea and Manchester United also mentioned as his next possible destinations. However, the latest update has revealed that he is keen to make a return to his former team.

In the all-time Premier League scoring records, he is only 47 goals behind legendary striker Alan Shearer. If he plays in England again, he may try to surpass the great striker’s record.

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    1. Wake up fool we need a out n out no9 it’s why we can’t get out n have been on back foot for months now richy isn’t good enough son isn’t strong enough we need a proper no9 like a hole in the head

  1. Spurs would be mad, playing better without him, old glass ankles is a liabilty, never will win anything for club or country.

  2. How many goals have we missed and how many chances have we made that were crying out for kane to be on the end of , our goal tally would be a lot more if we still had kane, and I reckon most of the games we lost would have been won COYS

  3. If anyone has seen junior Kane in a football shirt (or know the club academy he started at), they would know his childhood team was NOT spurs😂

    1. On the contrary, despite a couple of seasons in the Arsenal boys set-up, Kane was always a childhood Spurs supporter. Know your facts before opening your mouth.

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