On the first day of the Premier League season, Harry Kane will miss Tottenham’s match against Man City.
According to rumours, Tottenham Hotspur star Harry Kane will miss the Premier League season opener against Manchester City.
Regardless of the team he plays for, Harry Kane is expected to miss Tottenham’s match against Manchester City on the opening weekend of the new Premier League season. Kane is now on vacation following his participation in Euro 2020, where his England team lost in the final to Italy. When Spurs face reigning champions City on August 15, the striker will be working on his conditioning.
Kane was fit for the bulk of the season, making 49 appearances for his team in all competitions.
He went directly to international duty for Gareth Southgate, starting every match at Euro 2020.
According to the Telegraph, he will be granted more time to get back to full match fitness and will miss the start of the new season.
Kane has not changed his mind about leaving Spurs after notifying the club earlier this year that he wanted to depart.
City are the frontrunners to acquire England captain Joe Hart, who turns 28 next week.
According to reports, City had a £100 million bid for Kane turned down earlier in the summer window.
Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy has stated that Kane is not for sale, despite the fact that the forward’s contract with the club is up in three years.
Kane, on the other hand, wants to win trophies and believes City is the finest place to accomplish so.
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City are looking for a striker following the departure of Sergio Aguero, the club’s all-time leading goalscorer.
Kane is City’s top target, with Erling Haaland appearing to be more difficult to lure away from Borussia Dortmund.
According to reports earlier this week, Levy had reversed his decision and would let Kane to leave for £160 million.
However, according to David Ornstein of The Athletic, Levy is still undecided about moving his talismanic striker.
“I don’t think there is a U-turn in Daniel Levy’s mind,” Ornstein told Sky Sports News.
“If Manchester City reach the level he expects, which we estimated at around £150 million – one report claims £160 million – then there.”Brinkwire Summary News”.