Harry Kane remains hopeful that Manchester City can reach an agreement with Tottenham to sign him this summer.
A report from The Telegraph claims Kane remains hopeful of joining Pep Guardiola’s squad before the transfer window closes on August 31.
He is 28-year-old. Forward was left out of the squad on Sunday for the opening game of the new season against Manchester City. Amid speculation that he was cut short for managing a transfer. Although, Spurs boss Nuno Espirito Santo Still confirming that the striker will stay at the club. He will be able to play when his body is completely fit.
It is also reported that Manchester City will offer a fee of 120 million pounds, plus add-ons. But British outlet Sun Sport believe they will have to make an offer of up to £160m for Spurs chairman Daniel Levy. Accepting the green light to release the England national team striker out of the team.
Speaking about why Kane was not named for Sunday’s game, Nuno said: “He is preparing. I think Harry needs to keep working until he’s fully fit. So he will come back and join us to help the team.”
“Harry Kane is one of the best players in the world, to be honest, we are very lucky to have him.”