Harry Kane set to miss Premier League opener after ignoring threat from Tottenham Fine
The England captain did not show up for preseason training after returning from an extended hiatus after the European Championships, with Kane ready to fight tooth and nail to make his way out of the North London team.
It has been claimed that Tottenham will punish Kane with a heavy fine for his actions, with reports suggesting he may decide to never train or play for his current employers again, in an attempt to try to lobby for a stint at the Etihad stadium before the transfer window ends on August 31.
However, it was further mentioned that Kane is expected to return to pre-season training by the end of the week, with the forward somewhat reverting to his starting position, although the forward is believed to remain. more desperate than ever to leave Tottenham for the Major Trophy challenge.
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As reported by Matt Law of the Daily Telegraph, Kane ignored the threat of a Tottenham fine by spending another day in Florida, which virtually ruled him out of the Premier League opener between Spurs and City on August 15.
The forward is expected to return to Tottenham training at the end of the week after completing a period of self-isolation, as it is understood that Kane traveled to Florida in the latter stages of his recent vacation, who are on the British Government’s Amber Travel List.
Kane is ‘determined’ follow his England team-mate Grealish in sealing a move to the Premier League champions, who are ready to test Daniel Levy’s resolve to keep the striker by offering up to £ 130million for the shooter.
City had an initial £ 100million offer for Kane rejected by Levy in June, and although the Spurs president refused to allow a sale for the striker, it is believed the Tottenham boss would consider selling the star from Spurs if an offer in the region of £ 150-160million is put on the table.
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It was previously mentioned that Kane expressed his desire to sign for City while addressing a non-English senior player at the club before Monday, after which he did not show up to train at Tottenham, which resulted in left huge question marks about his future at home. childhood club.
In addition, it has been stated that a few City personalities have become aware of Kane’s intention to no longer play or train with his current squad, with the shooter desperate for an exit.
It has emerged that Kane believes he has a gentleman’s agreement with Spurs that should get him to leave at a fair price this summer, which Tottenham has ruled out, according to sources close to the club.
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