HARRY KANE expects a breakthrough before the weekend in his bid to join Manchester City.
Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy is playing hardball over the deal but club sources are now resigned to Kane leaving.
City are understood to be readying a second offer of £120million for the England captain after failing with a £100m bid earlier in the summer.
Levy is still adamant his star striker is worth closer to £160m.
But deteriorating relations between the player’s camp and the chairman have hardened the Euro 2020 star’s resolve to go.
Kane trained with his Spurs team-mates for the first time on Tuesday after doing individual sessions since coming out of Covid isolation on Friday.
He will fly out on Wednesday for Thursday's Europa Conference League first leg qualifier against Pacos de Ferreira.
Kane believes he had permission from Levy to take an extra week’s holiday after spending time in the Bahamas and Florida.
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But it is claimed that two days into his stay, Kane was told new boss Nuno Espirito Santo wanted him back for pre-season training.
Tottenham have refused to comment but the club position has always been that Kane was expected back at their Enfield complex on August 2.
Spurs beat Man City without their talisman on Sunday, with Son Heung-min's strike sealing a 1-0 triumph, sparking chants of 'are you watching Harry Kane?'
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