Kane caused a stir this week by failing to return to pre-season training as planned given interest from Manchester City.
The England captain was granted extra leave after leading the Three Lions to the Euro 2020 final, but did not show up for training on Monday as scheduled.
City want to sign a world-class striker this summer to replace deceased legend Sergio Aguero, who left when his contract with Barcelona expired.
Kane has become the main target, with the 27-year-old making no secret of his desire to leave Spurs after another trophyless season.
He believes he has a “gentleman’s agreement” with President Daniel Levy to leave this summer, but with three years remaining on his contract, Tottenham is under no pressure to sell.
According to Sky Sports, Spurs are “disappointed” with Kane’s decision to skip training this week and plan to issue him a fine, although they know he plans to return this weekend.
Meanwhile, the Evening Standard said Harry Kane felt the reaction to his absence from training this week was ‘overblown’ and that Spurs are now aware of his plans after being shocked when he did not show up on Monday.
Finally, Kane reportedly told Jack Grealish that he would do “whatever it takes” to leave Tottenham.
Football Insider said Kane informed Grealish that nothing would stop him from getting a Spurs departure.
City have made a £ 100million offer for Grealish, while they are also aiming for a transfer for Kane if that is financially possible.
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