Kane has reportedly grown frustrated at Spurs lack of silver which goes back to painful 14 years wait. In an attempt to force Tottenham Hotspur to let him go, Harry Kane skipped training on Monday. However, Tottenham Hotspur are not ready to let him leave. Spurs are understood to be planning to slap Harry Kane with a significantly huge fine for breaching contract. The amount of fine will depend on how Kane decides to resolve the situation.
The guardian latest report says Kane has made the same decision to skip training today to force Manchester City move. Tottenham hotspur have already rejected Manchester City's £100m offer for the Striker. What's next for Harry Kane ? Should Tottenham Hotspur let him go ?
Elsewhere Chelsea have submitted huge $139m for Juventus striker Federico Chiesa according to Plettenberg reports. Juventus have however rejected the offer. Further report indicate Chiesa prefers staying at Juventus.
Manchester City are eagerly waiting for Aston Villa's response after tabling £100m bid for Jack Grealish. Grealish is back in training which is a good sign for Aston Villa. Is Grealish going to frustrate Aston Villa by demanding to join Manchester City like Harry Kane ?
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