Harry Kane has returned to training at Tottenham Hotspur, Sky Sports have reported.
Kane has been linked with a move away from Tottenham this summer, with Manchester City leading the race to sign him.
He broke into Spurs’ first team in 2009 and has since made 336 appearances for the club, bagging 221 goals and 47 assists.
The England captain has kept the north London club competitive over the last few seasons and become one of the best strikers in Europe in the process.
His current contract expires in 2024, but Kane has made his intentions clear to leave Tottenham this summer.
City had a £100 million offer rejected but are set to make an improved bid before the transfer window closes.
It is now up to Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy to either sanction a sale for a British record fee or keep Kane for the next three seasons.
Levy, who is known for playing hardball over transfers, has refused to do business with City.
Kane resuming training is a further indication that Levy is far away from accepting a bid for his club captain.
With less than two weeks left before the transfer window shuts, Kane’s future is very much up in the air.
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