In spite of his refusal to train, Harry Kane will return to Tottenham this weekend, as planned.
The Tottenham Hotspur striker has denied refusing to train at the club and says he will report back to the club on Saturday “as planned.” On Monday, Spurs were expecting Kane to return from his extended post-European Championship hiatus, but he did not appear.
However, Kane insists that he has never “refused to train”, even though he won’t “get into the specifics” of the situation. The England captain has been on holiday in the Bahamas and Florida. “I’m hurt by the comments from Spurs fans questioning my professionalism,” Kane wrote on social media. “I won’t do anything to harm my relationship with Spurs fans,” Kane added.
“The last time I played for the Tottenham Hotspurs was about ten years ago. You – the fans – have shown me nothing but love and support for all of those years “the statement should be read. “My professionalism has been questioned in several statements this week. “As much as I would like to, I won’t delve into the intricacies of the case. According to my schedule, I will be returning to the club on Saturday, August 7 “During my stay at the club, I have had constant support from the fans. That’s how it’s always been, and it’s still the way it is today. Harry.”
It does not matter how Kane feels about it, Spurs will penalize him for breach of contract if he does not report to work on time. The Tottenham Hotspur midfielder is anticipated to be isolated upon his return to the UK following his trip to Florida, but he could do so at the club’s training complex in Enfield, where the Player Lodge is located. After Day 5, he would be released from isolation under the UK’s coronavirus travel restrictions and be permitted to train with his colleagues. Spurs are refusing to sell Kane and are particularly hesitant to allow him to join a Premier League rival. As Pep Guardiola said on Friday, Spurs must be willing to deal with their native talisman if they want City’s attention. Guardiola said: “He plays for Tottenham Hotspur.” It is over if Tottenham refuses to negotiate. Not just Man City, but all of the best teams will try to recruit him if they are willing to deal. Jack [Greaish] had a release clause. “Harry Kane is without a doubt a great striker. However, he plays for Tottenham Hotspur and we are not interested in signing him. If they don’t want to sell, they don’t have to, but if they want, we’ll attempt to get them to.”