arry Kane on Wednesday morning did not visit Portugal with a young Tottenham side, further delaying his return to action amid the England captain’s lingering frustrations with Spurs chairman Daniel Levy.
Kane trained with the rest of the first team on Tuesday for the first time since returning from vacation, but he was not included in the travel group for tomorrow night’s Europa League clash with Pacos de Ferreira, although he was named in the squad list for the two-way play-offs.
Kane has made himself available for Spurs and could feature in Sunday’s Premier League visit to Wolves, but he is believed to be deeply frustrated by Levy’s refusal to negotiate his sale with City.
The League champions have reportedly offered the 28-year-old £ 125million, but Levy is refusing to discuss a record-breaking deal for Kane, who has three years left on his contract.
Kane believes Levy broke a gentleman’s deal to allow him to leave the club this summer if Spurs failed last season and would also be frustrated with the tale of his chaotic return to pre training. -season.
Kane is said to believe Levy gave him the go-ahead to return from vacation to the Bahamas and Florida a week late and believes the information was poorly communicated to other areas of the club, resulting in prompted Spurs to consider a fine on their vice-captain. However, Spurs were puzzled by the claim.
Nuno has said on several occasions that Kane is in a similar position to new signings Romero and Gil, so their inclusion for tomorrow’s game only further underscores his absence.