Harry Kane is open to a surprise Premier League comeback, with a choice made on his future club

According to Tottenham News, Harry Kane is open to returning to his boyhood club Tottenham Hotspur and the Premier League this summer. Kane departed Tottenham Hotspur for European superpower Bayern Munich for an initial fee of £86 million, which may rise to £100 million with optional add-ons, breaking the Bundesliga record.

In his first 23 Bundesliga games, he has already scored 27 league goals and provided five assists, proving his excellent personal performance in Germany. Even still, there’s a good chance that Kane and Bayern will finish the season without a trophy, prolonging the England captain’s drought.

Bayer Leverkusen, Xabi Alonso’s squad, is currently leading the Bundesliga. They are eight points ahead of Bayern, who have won the league title for the previous eleven seasons. Bayern must overcome a 1-0 deficit to defeat Lazio in the opening leg of the UEFA Champions League round of 16. It was recently stated that Thomas Tuchel would leave Bayern at the end of the current season owing to these challenges.

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A source close to Tottenham who works in recruiting has told Tottenham News that Kane might return to the North London club this summer. Kane has been linked with a return to the Premier League in recent weeks, with Chelsea and Manchester United both touted as potential destinations. However, the most recent update stated that he is eager to return to his previous squad.

In terms of Premier League scoring statistics, he is only 47 goals behind famous striker Alan Shearer. If he plays in England again, he may attempt to break the legendary striker’s record.

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