Harry Kane finally returned to the training ground after the huge fallout when he failed to arrive on Monday, when the club said they were expecting him.
The England captain, wanted by Manchester City, whose £ 100million offer was rejected, will complete his 5-day quarantine period after returning from the Bahamas via the United States to the Spurs Lodge accommodation block, which is on site, so that he can less train alone on Saturdays.
However, he will only be able to train with his teammates later in the week, when he completes his quarantine, which means he will certainly miss the season opener, coincidentally against City.
Harry Kane is back at Tottenham training ground where he will end his quarantine
Spurs Lodge is a hotel-like accommodation on the training ground where players have individual rooms, where Kane is now staying. He will be able to train on his own for the next five days, while the rest of the team will train at different times.
Kane claimed in a social media post on Friday that the club always knew when he was coming back.
All the other international players had reported on Monday, but no other Spurs player had reached the Euro 2020 final, like Kane did, just four weeks ago and that’s why Kane understood that his return date was delayed.
Kane can train on his own but will miss Premier League opener against Manchester City
Tottenham president Daniel Levy upset over Kane’s attempt to leave the club
Tottenham remain deeply upset over the way Kane and his brother Charlie tried to extricate themselves from the club, with the player speaking in an interview with Gary Neville in the final week of the season as Spurs battled still for a Europa League place.
As such, it remains difficult to foresee a reconciliation between President Daniel Levy and the club’s most emblematic player. He has made it clear he wants to join Manchester City, but a Spurs source said they were “90% sure he would be at Spurs” after the transfer window was over.
However, it remains to be seen how Levy and the club will react if City move closer to £ 150million, although the more they leave the next offer, the less likely Spurs are to be able to secure a replacement striker.