Harry Kane ‘set to miss Tottenham’s Premier League opener against Manchester City’

Harry Kane ‘shuts down the start of the season and misses Tottenham’s Premier League opener against suitors Manchester City’ as the England striker gets some rest after his Euro 2020 efforts

  • Harry Kane will miss Tottenham’s opening game against Manchester City
  • Kane gets time to rest after helping England reach Euro 2020 final
  • Striker is strongly linked with a move to City during the transfer window

Tottenham striker Harry Kane will miss the start of the Premier League season after his exploits at Euro 2020.

Kane, who was part of the England squad that reached the final of this summer’s competition, is expected to still be working on his fitness when the new campaign kicks off in three weeks, The Telegraph reports.

Tottenham will start the league season on August 15 against Manchester City, which is strongly linked with a transfer to Kane.

Harry Kane will miss the start of the season due to his involvement in Euro 2020

However, it appears that Kane is not in the competition for either club.

While many of Tottenham’s players are involved in preparing for the season, Kane has yet to return to training after playing for England in the Euro 2020 final against Italy on 11 July.

Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy has insisted he will not sell Kane, despite suggestions the striker could join City for £160m.

Kane, who is wanted by Manchester City, helped England to the Euro 2020 final

Kane, who is wanted by Manchester City, helped England to the Euro 2020 final

Pep Guardiola eager to bring in the prolific striker to replace Sergio Aguero

Pep Guardiola eager to bring in the prolific striker to replace Sergio Aguero

City manager Pep Guardiola is looking for the prolific striker to replace Sergio Aguero, who has come to Barcelona.

Kane has scored a massively impressive 221 goals in 336 appearances for Tottenham, but still hasn’t won a trophy.

The 27-year-old has three years left on his current contract with Tottenham.

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