The Sun have revealed that Harry Kane spent his summer holiday in resorts owned by Tottenham owner Joe Lewis.
Kane did not report back to Hotspur Way when he was expected to on August 2 in an alleged attempt to force through a move to Manchester City.
The England captain did not travel to Portugal for Tottenham’s Europa Conference League playoff against Pacos De Ferriera but Nuno Espirito Santo has confirmed the striker trained with his teammates this week.
Reports emerged earlier this week that Kane believed he had permission from Daniel Levy to take an extra week’s holiday but just two days into his stay, the striker was informed Nuno wanted him back for pre-season training.
The Sun have now shed more light on Kane’s summer holiday and his alleged no-show.
They reveal that the 28-year-old and his family had a week in Albany, the complex on New Providence island in the Bahamas that was co-founded by Spurs owner Lewis, golfers Tiger Woods and Ernie Els, and music star Justin Timberlake.
It is claimed that Kane then asked permission to spend a further week at the Isleworth Golf and Country Club near Orlando in Florida, which is also owned by Lewis.
Arrangements were allegedly made for his family to visit Disneyworld and other local attractions once they arrived.
However, it is explained that the striker then received word that the Spurs boss wanted him back.
The report goes on to state that ‘at best, there appears to have been confusion’ whether Kane was expected to return to Hotspur Way on August 2.
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If the cause of Kane’s no-show was merely a miscommunication between him and the club, one would have certainly expected the striker to explain the whole story and do so as soon as the stories broke about his alleged strike.
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