Kane is expected to return to training with his teammates in training on Friday morning after returning a negative PCR test and releasing him from quarantine on Thursday.

Spurs have no interest in selling their talisman, but Daniel Levy, the chairman, would be forced to consider an offer of £ 150 million to £ 160 million.

There was never a chance of a deal ahead of Spurs hosts City, but Kane is hoping for a breakthrough in post-game talks.


Spurs boss Nuno Espirito Santo will be asking questions about Kane at a press conference on Friday afternoon and could decide to add him to the squad for Sunday’s game despite the lack of training and a desire to join City.