Harry Kane FINALLY returns to Tottenham training with wantaway star striker back on the pitch with teammates after extended absence amid Manchester City interest
- Harry Kane has been pictured in Tottenham training alongside his team-mates
- It is the first time he has been pictured alongside his team-mates this summer
- The striker is still determined on seeking a move to champions Manchester City
- He feels that chairman Daniel Levy broke a promise by not allowing him to go
Harry Kane has been pictured in Tottenham training for the first time this season as he continues to push for a move to Premier League champions Manchester City.
The club’s star forward has not played for the team under new boss Nuno Espirito Santo after returning from a holiday in the Bahamas and Florida and has faced scrutiny over claims he refused to return from training amid links to Pep Guardiola’s side.
Kane though has now been pictured in training alongside his teammates for the first time, with the England captain seen next to defender Sergio Reguilon.
Harry Kane (left) pictured with Tottenham team-mate Sergio Reguilon as he returns to training
Kane clarified there was a breakdown in communication which led to him not showing up in training and he was also not selected in the matchday squad to face the Premier League champions in the opening day clash – which Spurs won 1-0.
He underwent some training ground work on his own on Monday while his team-mates recovered from their 1-0 victory over Pep Guardiola’s champions.
Tottenham then left the striker at home for their Europa League Conference defeat by Portuguese side Pacos de Ferreira on Thursday.
Nuno Espirito Santo talks to his team the day after their shock Conference League defeat
Kane trained by himself on Monday but has now finally been reunited with his team-mates
It is hoped the 28-year-old will be fit to feature in their clash against Wolves on Sunday but a decision will be made at the weekend.
Ahead of Tottenham’s trip to Portugal, Nuno said: ‘What we must be sure of is that when we decide to put a player on the pitch we have to consider all the aspects.
‘The fitness aspects, mental aspects and we are here to support all the players, equally and Harry of course has all our support.’
Sportsmail revealed earlier this week that the England captain feels chairman Daniel Levy has broken a promise to allow him to leave the club this summer amid increasing tensions between the pair.
Kane is still hoping to seal a move to Premier League champions Manchester City
Sources close to the 28-year-old claim he feels Spurs have not matched his lofty ambitions, though he will continue to give us all when called upon to rebuild his trust with the supporters.
He still has his heart set on a move to Manchester City – who have already made a bid of £125million for his signature. Spurs are sticking to their valuation of £150m for a player regarded as one of the best forwards in the world, though City are unwilling to match their asking price.
City do plan to make an improved bid before the end of the transfer window, but Pep Guardiola’s side do not want to drag out the chase into next summer.
Kane feels that chairman Daniel Levy has broken a promise to allow him to leave the club
It is hoped Kane will join his team-mates for their second league game against Wolves