Tottenham training claims have allegedly injured Harry Kane, prompting a Man City transfer pledge to Spurs.


Tottenham training claims have allegedly injured Harry Kane, prompting a Man City transfer pledge to Spurs.

Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane has issued a strong statement in the wake of allegations that Manchester City are interested in signing him.

Harry Kane has insisted that he has not refused to train and has promised to never do anything to harm his bond with Tottenham fans. After an extended hiatus following Euro 2020, Kane said he will return to Spurs on Saturday. In the wake of reports connecting him to a move to Manchester City, the 28-year-old has issued a message on social media.

Kane started every match for England at the summer tournament, where Gareth Southgate’s team advanced to the final.

When many anticipated him to return to Spurs training on Monday, he was not there.

He argues, though, that returning to the club’s training field this weekend was always the plan.

In a letter to Tottenham fans, he says he will never do anything that will harm their relationship, despite reports that he is dragging his feet in order to force a move to City.

“It’s been almost ten years since I made my Spurs debut,” Kane wrote. You, the fans, have offered me entire support and affection for all of those years.

“That’s why reading some of the remarks made this week, questioning my professionalism, hurts me.

“While I won’t go into detail about the circumstances, I want to make it clear that I would never refuse to train and never have. As planned, I shall return to the club tomorrow.

“I would never do anything to jeopardize my relationship with the fans, who have been so supportive throughout my time at the club. This has always been the case and continues to be the case today.”

“Harry,” he signed off the message.

Kane is believed to have informed Spurs of his desire to quit the club early this year.

In his career, the England captain has yet to win a major trophy.

City are interested in signing Kane, but Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy has stated that the striker would not be sold.

At a press conference on Friday, City manager Pep Guardiola was asked about his club’s chances of signing Kane.

Guardiola, on the other hand, emphasized that a deal is off the table as long as Spurs refuse to discuss.

“He is a Tottenham player,” the Spaniard explained. If Tottenham refuses to negotiate, the deal is off.

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