Harry Kane could play for Man City against Tottenham in EPL opener

 Harry Kane could play for Man City against Tottenham in EPL opener

Harry Kane could play for Man City against Tottenham in EPL opener

Harry Kane could play for Man City against Tottenham in EPL opener

Harry Kane is set to miss the opening fixture of the new Premier League season following his Euro 2020 efforts.

Kane did not report to Tottenham’s training ground as expected for the second day in a row causing the transfer rumours linking him with a move to Manchester City to spiral further.

It is said the league champions are in talks with Kane as well as Aston Villa’s Jack Grealish, both in reported £100million moves.

But the Spurs striker is expected to head back to training later this week and has said talk of him staying away has been blown out of proportion, however his future at the club remains in question.

He was expected back at Hotspur Way training centre for a COVID-19 test on Monday after a short break following the England vs Italy Euro 2020 final.

Harry Kane could play for Man City against Tottenham in EPL opener

And, regardless of his future, he will not be fit in time for the opening weekend of the new Premier League season.

In an ironic twist of fate, Tottenham host Man City on Sunday, August 15 but Kane won’t feature for either side.

Meanwhile, former Spurs striker Darren Bent has had his say on Kane’s transfer saga.

He told talkSPORT Breakfast, “He is under contract and he should act in the right way in terms of showing up,” .

“Be with your teammates, do your [COVID] testing, whatever you’ve got to do. He should show up.

“I 100 per cent understand his frustration. He wants to move, he’s made it abundantly clear he wants to leave, but I think there’s a right way to go about things.

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“Unfortunately he’s at a club where he can kind of sulk and not turn up to training but that won’t solve things, that won’t soften Daniel Levy’s stance.”

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