Nuno Espirito Santo, the manager of Tottenham Hotspur, makes a Harry Kane announcement ahead of Man City’s match.
In recent weeks, Harry Kane’s future has been a hot topic of discussion, with a move to Man City a distinct possibility.
Nuno Espirito Santo, the manager of Tottenham Hotspur, has hinted that Harry Kane could make his debut against Manchester City on the first day of the season. The game will have added sting because City has been closely following the situation of England captain Joe Hart in recent weeks in the hopes of making a permanent move.
Kane’s absence from Spurs training last week sparked wild speculation that he was trying to force a move to the Premier League champions.
Both the player and the club, however, argue that his absence was scheduled and that he is now training alone after returning from a post-Euro 2020 vacation.
With the season opener only a few days away, Kane’s return to match-fit fitness would be a remarkable swift turnaround.
Nuno, on the other hand, informed Sky Sports that everyone in Spurs training, including Kane, is in contention to play against the Blues.
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Last week, Pep Guardiola revealed City’s interest in Kane, despite the fact that it was no secret that he was the club’s first pick to replace Sergio Aguero.
Spurs chairman Daniel Levy tried to deter interest from the Blues by hanging a £160 million price tag on his head, a strategy that has worked thus far.
However, given Kane’s intention to leave the club in quest of silverware at the start of the summer, tensions may be set to increase.
The striker’s working relationship is at risk of deteriorating as Levy appears to be doing little to help him achieve his goal.
Tottenham are anxious to maintain hold of their star striker, who led the Premier League in goals and assists last season.
Kane, though, is believed to be keen to join a team that is routinely pursuing championships as he enters the prime years of his career at the age of 28.
Spurs have increased their interest in Inter Milan’s Lautaro Martinez in recent days, despite the Italian club denying that they had received a £60 million bid from Tottenham.
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