LONDON: Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane insists “his consciousness is clear” after failing to force a move to Manchester City.
Kane returned to pre -season training a bit late as he tried to convince Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy to let him go to join the English Premier League (EPL) champions.
The England captain believes he has a personal deal with Levy that could allow him to be sold if Tottenham fail to win the trophy and are unable to play in the Champions League last season.
Kane is further frustrated with Tottenham’s trophy drought that has lasted for 13 years and has openly expressed a desire to leave the north London club before the start of Euro 2020.
However City refused to accept Levy’s £ 150million request for Kane and last week the 28 -year -old posted on Twitter that he would remain at Tottenham “this summer.”
Asked if he was worried his reputation was being tarnished, Kane told TalkSport: “No, I don’t think so. Everyone involved in the football industry knows the ins and outs of players and I’m calm with the situation.
“It’s between me and the club, when you know the truth and you know what’s going on, your awareness is clear.
“I went through ups and downs and I know a lot of people realize I’m a professional player and dedicate my life to this game.”