In the midst of the Man City transfer frenzy, Harry Kane’s camp isn’t ruling out a new Tottenham contract.

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In the midst of the Man City transfer frenzy, Harry Kane’s camp isn’t ruling out a new Tottenham contract.

Tottenham Hotspur will have Harry Kane available for Sunday’s Premier League opener against Manchester City.

According to rumors, Harry Kane’s team is not ruling out the possibility of a new deal at Tottenham. After holding socially distanced conversations with Nuno Espirito Santo yesterday, the England captain will be eligible for this weekend’s Premier League opener against Manchester City, which Kane wants to join.

Kane has made it known that he wants to move on this summer, but Man City have yet to come up with an acceptable offer for the 28-year-old.

Following his vacation in Florida, last season’s Premier League Golden Boot winner returned to London last week and is now relocating to the club’s training complex.

Man City, on the other hand, is not giving up on him and is set to make another bid before the transfer window shuts.

Despite breaking the British transfer record with the £100 million purchase of Jack Grealish, Pep Guardiola confirmed that the Premier League champions are concentrating their efforts on acquiring Kane.

Man City is reportedly willing to give Tottenham £130 million plus an Arsenal target in order to capture Harry Kane.

Kane confirmed his return to Tottenham in a statement last Friday, dismissing accusations of his professionalism by stating he never missed a training session.

Football, in what would be a stunning change of events.

Alasdair Gold, London’s Tottenham correspondent, claims there are whispers from Kane’s side that a new Spurs contract is not out of the question.

“I think if Man City genuinely wanted Harry Kane, they would have gone in hard right at the start of the summer,” he remarked on the Gold and Guest discuss Tottenham podcast.

“I understand he didn’t have a release clause like Jack Grealish, but he basically said, ‘Here’s the money, take it or leave it.’

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“I don’t think the City’s ‘here’s a little more money’ attitude to bidding has helped Harry Kane in the least.

“I believe we have reached a point where it is far less probable that he will move than it is that he will.

“It’s a waste of time, but I’m interested to see where Kane and camp Kane go next.”Brinkwire Summary News”.

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