Harry Kane traveled to the Wolves with the Tottenham squad ahead of Sunday’s Premier League game.

Kane could now make his first campaign appearance after missing the Spurs’ first two games of the season.

The striker had to stay at home for Thursday’s Europa Conference League qualifier against Pacos de Ferreira in Portugal and put the league win against Manchester City last weekend on hold.

Kane trained with the rest of the first-team squad for the first time this season on Tuesday after being forced to isolate himself after returning from vacation.

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After returning from Barbados via Florida, the 28-year-old spent several days at Spurs’ training ground hotel, The Lodge.

He was scheduled to return to the Spurs for pre-season training on August 2, but arrived five days later.

Kane denied that he had refused to exercise, insisting that his late return was “planned”.

The English captain told Spurs at the end of last season that he would like to leave the club this summer to compete for important trophies and believes he has a gentlemanly agreement with chairman Daniel Levy to do so.

However, Levy doesn’t want to sell Kane – who has three years left on the six-year deal he signed in 2018 – and turned down a £ 100m offer from Manchester City earlier this summer.

Nuno is certain, while Ndombele tries to get out

Tottenham boss Nuno Espirito Santo says it is not his job to convince anyone to play for the club after the record-breaking Tanguy Ndombele asked to leave.

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Head coach Nuno Espirito Santo said Tanguy Ndombele’s best had to “come from himself” and suggested it wasn’t his job to convince the midfielder to play for Tottenham

The Frenchman, who cost a club record £ 54million from Lyon in 2019, has never reached the heights in north London despite shiny flashes and has struggled with Mauricio Pochettino, Jose Mourinho, Ryan Mason and now Nuno.

“I can’t even think about what happened in the past, I don’t even mention it out of respect,” he said.

“What I can tell you is that Tanguy is with us, he works, but we have to speak honestly and get the best out of Tanguy [it] must come from itself.

“I don’t want to go much further, but it has to come from him.

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“We already had the chance to talk but it has to come from him. As I said before, my job here is not to convince players to play for Tottenham Hotspur, but to prepare the players for Tottenham Hotspur to play.”

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