Hotspur Way will welcome back the 28 year-old after a brief vacation, as speculation over his future intensifies. Tottenham are understood to be "disappointed” by Kane’s actions. Levy, the former Juventus football officer Fabio Partici has been appointed the club's managing director of football. He said that while he sympathises deeply with Kane over Spurs' lack of silverware, but suggested that a deal may be difficult. Khaldoon, Man City's chairman, has stated after the Champions League final last season that the club will be more competitive and aggressive this summer and they want to add quality to the squad in "a few key" positions.
FabrizioRomano, a transfer expert believes this week will make a difference in Kane’s future at Tottenham. Man City are ready to move. He said that show had told him: "I anticipate some complicated weeks ahead. Because the situation is really really, really tense. "I think this week all will be clear. Tottenham must decide on a position. Manchester City will be ready for any changes in their position. "This week will be the key to understanding what will transpire." Atalanta's Romero still remains in discussions with Spurs Atalanta continues to talk with Tottenham over a deal regarding centre-back Cristian Romo. Spurs offered a minimum of PS34m (EUR40m), for the Argentina international. However, no fee has been reached with the Italian club. Personal terms between the 23-year old and Tottenham are not likely to cause any problems if the two clubs agree to a payment. Tottenham is willing to offer Romero an additional year on top of the five-year deal. Tottenham's new managing director of football Fabio Paratici has intensified discussions over Romero, who also attracted interest from Manchester United earlier this summer, after already sealing a loan deal for Atalanta goalkeeper Pierluigi Gollini.