Harry Kane reportedly fails to report for Tottenham Hotspur training for the second day in a row as he seeks to force a move to Manchester City.
Harry Kane has reportedly not shown up for Tottenham Hotspur training for the second day in a row.
The England captain was due to be back at Spurs' training complex for pre-season testing on Monday morning but allegedly failed to turn up amid persistent links with Manchester City.
Kane - who is understood to have informed Spurs of his desire to leave earlier in the summer - will reportedly be handed a 'significant' fine from the club following Monday's episode.
Now, journalist Fabrizio Romano reports that the 28-year-old also did not report for training on Tuesday morning as he seeks to force a transfer to Man City this month.
Spurs chairman Daniel Levy supposedly wants a fee of £160m to part ways with Kane this summer, but City are not thought to be willing to go higher than £120m given their pursuit of Jack Grealish.
Kane - who is yet to win a major trophy in his career - boasts 221 goals from 336 games for Tottenham, where he is contracted to until 2024.