Harry Kane: Tottenham boss Nuno Espirito Santo says striker available to face Manchester City


Nuno Espirito Sante, Tottenham's head coach, has announced that striker Harry Kane will face Manchester City in Sunday’s Premier League season opener.

Kane, 28 years old, wants to leave Spurs this Summer. Kane returned to Hotspur Way Saturday amid speculation about his future at Tottenham. He is currently quarantining at The Lodge, the club's training grounds hotel, until Thursday. Nuno confirmed that he will hold "socially distanced" talks later on Monday with Kane, who has denied that he refused to turn up to training last week, insisting his Saturday return was "planned". Pep Guardiola, City boss, has expressed his interest in Kane. This increases tension surrounding the Premier League champions' first-weekend visit to Spurs. When asked about Kane's availability, Nuno said OK Sports News that "all the players in our squad that work on a daily basis will be options, then it's up for us to decide." Nuno did not criticize Kane's timing of his return from training and preferred to concentrate on "solving" the problem. Nuno stated, "First of all, we must speak." "This will happen today and then we hope to resolve all the problems. "It's not all about Kane's late return, it's about how we can solve the problem - this is crucial. "We must solve it together, everyone involved has to solve the problem together - speaking, having nice conversations, and putting our points of view, but everyone together." Kane, who scored 166 goals in 245 Tottenham appearances, signed a six-year contract with Spurs in 2018. However, the club's failures to win major trophies and consistently compete for them have forced him to leave.

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