Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy confirmed this week that Spurs had inserted a buyout clause into their £100million-plus deal to sell the England captain last month.
The clause is believed to give Tottenham the opportunity to match any future bid for Kane, who has made a good start to life in Germany and scored in the 4-3 Champions League win over Manchester United on Wednesday.
Levy did not disclose the exact details of the buyout clause, but said: “If one day Harry wanted to come back to the Premier League and he wants to come to Tottenham, we would have the opportunity to buy him. »
But Bayern boss Freund dismissed the prospect of Kane leaving and said the German champions wanted the striker to “shape an era” at the club.
Freund told DAZN: “We won’t say anything about it (the buyout clause). We never reveal anything about contract details.
“Harry is here, left England for the first time with conviction. We have a four-year contract with him. We are very, very happy and planning long term with him at Bayern.
“He will shape this team and an entire era here. I’m convinced. He feels very comfortable and has big goals with Bayern in the coming years. »