Harry Kane returns to the Tottenham Hotspur training ground

Harry Kane, the English striker has returned to the Tottenham Hotspur training ground and could be involved in the first Premier League game. He is heavily linked with the Champions Manchester City this whole summer.

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Harry Kane is back in training, that’s what Tottenham Hotspur manager Nuno Espirito Santo told in the press conference. Harry Kane is the main target of Manchester City this summer. After Aguero left City and joined Barca this summer, City needs a striker and they see Harry Kane perfect for this role. Harry Kane also seems interested in joining the Last year’s Premier League champions and Champions League runner-ups.

After he was heavily linked up with the Manchester side, Tottenham fans, as well as the manager, were not happy with him because he didn’t show up in the Spurs fitness checks last week neither he came for training sessions. But after one week, the news of Harry Kane back in training arrived. The manager gave this news in a pre-match press conference. Tottenham Hotspur is going to face Manchester City on Sunday in their first Premier League match of this season. It is expected that Kane could feature in this game for Spurs.

“He joined the group today, he trained, we had a talk. Of course, it is a private conversation, but everything is OK. He is preparing himself. We still have the session of Saturday to decide. We have to think and we have Saturday to make the decision,” Nuno Espirito Santo said in the pre-match Press Conference.

There is growing hope in the Manchester City camp that they will sign their main target (Harry Kane) before the transfer window closes. Recently Fabrizio Romano, Italian expert of football transfer news, said that Manchester City is ready to pay 127million for the striker. However, Harry Kane has started training as per the news but nobody knows where the English striker will end up after the transfer window closes.

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