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The Kane transfer saga began in May when it emerged the 28-year-old would like to leave Spurs, with City emerging as the frontrunners to bag his sought-after signature.
But having had a £100m and a second offer of £125m rejected, City are believed to be willing to give Spurs one last chance to sell their talisman.
Kane posted on Twitter for the first time on Wednesday morning since publishing a statement to address the speculation surrounding his Spurs future.
Accompanied by a picture of him training at Hotspur Way, Kane simply tweeted: “Another session in the bank.”
Kane, however, was left at home as Spurs travel to Portugal for their Europa Conference League tie with Pacos de Ferreira on Thursday evening. Make of that what you will.
Earlier on Wednesday, Sky Sports reporter Kaveh Solhekol reported that he believed Kane’s transfer to City was “imminent”.
Meanwhile, The Independent suggests that the staggering fee should be enough to lure Levy into negotiations for his prized asset, but will the Spurs chairman finally cave in to City’s demands? Only time will tell.
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