England international Harry Kane again failed to report for training with Tottenham Hotspur on Tuesday but the England captain is set to return back at the club later this week as his push for a move away from the club goes on, the London Evening Standard reported on Tuesday.
Kane was due back at Tottenham’s training fields on Monday for a Covid-19 test and a fitness assessment following his three-week break after Euro 2020 but did not show up and the 28-year-old was not there on Tuesday either.
The Standard reported that Kane is said to believe the situation has been blown out of proportion, with the north London club Spurs now thought to be fully aware of his plans.
Tottenham, who ironically face Pep Guardiola’s team on the opening weekend of the new Premier League season, have declined to comment about Kane’s absence.
Kane went public with his desire to leave Tottenham at the end of last season but has remained silent this week.
He has grown frustrated at the club’s failure to win a major trophy since 2008, with their latest letdown coming in last season’s League Cup final defeat against Manchester City.
Kane believes he has a ‘gentleman’s agreement’ with Tottenham which allows him to move this year.
But with three years left on his contract, Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy has no intention of selling his club’s prized asset, who is valued at around £150 million ($208 million).
With the top-flight season due to start on August 13, Kane appears to intend to push for a move.
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By FARPost Reporter