LONDON: Harry Kane angered Tottenham when the England captain skipped to force his move to Manchester City.
Kane did not report for Hotspur Way yesterday and insisted chairman Daniel Levy agreed he could leave Spurs this summer.
Kane’s absence has left Spurs frustrated and are said to be taking action against the Three Lions captain.
Relations between Kane and the club have been strained less than two weeks before the start of the new Premier League season.
Kane, 28, is confident he reached an agreement with Levy for his transfer.
“According to Harry, the club agreed that he could move. Now it’s just a matter of the finances to play their part,” British media reported.
Spurs, meanwhile, insist the deal does not exist and Kane will be fined for breach of contract by failing to report after the summer holidays.
Levy is said to want to sell Kane for around 160 million pounds but City are only willing to pay 100 million pounds and offer one of their players.
New Spurs manager Nuno Espirito Santo insists Kane is still the club’s player.
“Harry is our player, period. No need to talk about anything else.
“Harry is one of the best players in the world. I hope he is back fit and ready for a new challenge,” Santo said.