Premier League: Harry Kane rejects Manchester City transfer, confirms to stay at Tottenham; check out

Premier League: Harry Kane rejects Manchester City transfer, confirms to stay at Tottenham; check out; follow live updates: After months of speculation about the English forward’s transfer, Harry Kane has come out and revealed that he will not be moving to Manchester City. “It was incredible to see the reception from the Spurs fans on Sunday and to read some of the messages of support I’ve had in the last few weeks,” said Kane in his tweet.

Harry Kane transfer saga: As it happened

Premier League: Harry Kane respecting Tottenham’s position

Harry Kane finally made an appearance for Tottenham in the 1-0 win against Wolves. However, his transfer rumors have not stopped at all. According to Fabrizio Romano, Harry Kane has decided to respect Tottenham’s decisions and to be available for 2 weeks.

Harry Kane transfer: Pep Guardiola ‘desperate’ to sign Kane

Pep Guardiola was rumored to be “desperate” to sign Harry Kane in the ongoing summer transfer window. This comes after Nuno Espirito’s Spurs defeated the defending champions 1-0 in the opening game week.

Manchester City had placed a €150m bid for Harry Kane. The PL champions have been rumored to share an official proposal for the transfer of the English international since last week. However, Spurs are not ready to accept Man City’s bid and have also refused to change their stance on the deal.

The Tottenham skipper continued to train with the London outfit since rejoining them last week. He is believed to continue with his work as a professional athlete while both clubs look to reach a breakthrough in the deal.

Gabriel Jesus returned from his holidays just last week and is yet to undergo proper pre-season training ahead of the new season. This has left the reigning PL champions without a proper number 9 resulting in Pep pushing for Harry Kane’s signature.

Premier League: Harry Kane transfer saga continues, returns to Tottenham training amidst Man City rumors

In order to avoid a similar start to the campaign, Pep wants to sign Kane as soon as next week. Manchester City has also taken a massive step in their pursuit of the Spurs skipper by placing a £120million bid for the English international.

Harry Kane Manchester City: Kane refused to attend Tottenham training

The 28-year-old attacker has not trained with the Spurs squad since his summer break in the Bahamas. He has been self-isolating after returning to the UK and was also late to report for his pre-season training.

With Kane undergoing a period of quarantine, the wantaway England captain will now join the squad on Friday, provided his coronavirus PCR test results are negative. He could return to the Enfield training base and catch up with his fitness before featuring for Nuno Espirito Santo this season.

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Premier League: Harry Kane is determined to leave Spurs

The Spurs skipper is determined to leave the North London side despite having three years left on his contract. He has often expressed his desire to win compete at the highest level and win titles. It is something that he could achieve with Man City who is also his preferred destination.

However, club chairman Daniel Levy doesn’t want to see the Number 9 leave the London outfit for anything less than 160 million euros. Spurs and Manchester City are set to lock horns in their first match of the Premier League with both teams said to continue their talks on Kane after their clash.

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Pep Guardiola will look to land the Spurs captain as soon as possible. He will be eager to not stretch the deal until the deadline day of the ongoing summer transfer window. Man City will also be keen on not playing many games without a recognized striker leading the line. It remains interesting to see how the Etihad outfit will plan and structure a deal that could meet the Spurs’ demands and bring Kane to Manchester this summer.

Premier League: Pep Guardiola is “desperate” for Kane’s signature ahead of Tottenham Hotspur clash