Harry Kane has travelled with the rest of the Tottenham Hotspur squad to Molineux for tomorrow’s game against Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Sky Sports reporter Michael Bridge took to Twitter earlier this evening to confirm that the 28-year-old has made the trip to the Black Country.
Tottenham head coach Nuno Espirito Santo had revealed on Friday that he would wait until after today’s training session on whether Kane would be involved in the squad for their first road trip of the new Premier League season (Sky Sports).
The England international has missed Spurs’ first two games of the season against Manchester City and Pacos de Ferreira.
Kane has been training with the first team since Tuesday and is said to be unhappy with chairman Daniel Levy over his desire to leave the North Londoners this summer (Evening Standard).
Harry Kane, as expected, has travelled with the Spurs squad to face Wolves tomorrow. #THFC
— Michael Bridge (@MichaelBridge_) August 21, 2021
Kane’s likely involvement as a substitute hardly sheds any further light on his situation at the club.
It could potentially be a ploy to get another striker through the door under the illusion to other clubs that the new man will partner Kane, in an effort to ensure that the prospective club does not drive up the price knowing that Spurs could be due a cash windfall from a sale to Manchester City.
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