Chelsea bid 86 million pounds for Lukaku, Harry Kane was fined after skipping Tottenham Hotspur training, Glarish recently went to Manchester City
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Tottenham Hotspur superstar Harry Kane did not report for pre-season training on Monday morning.
This is according to Sky Sports, who reported that Kane did not reach the Spurs training ground.
The star striker was originally scheduled to return after an extended holiday after the end of the UEFA Euro 2020 in England.
The 28-year-old notified the North Londoner in May that he wanted to leave the club after another trophyless game.
The same source said that after yesterday’s incident, Tottenham Hotspur will fine Kane, and it is understood that the club was “disappointed” by his behavior.
Currently, Manchester City, Manchester United and Chelsea are all interested in signing the England captain.
On the other hand, city target Jack Greeley has even returned to Aston Villa for training.
Glarish is closely related to the £100 million transfer to Etihad during the summer transfer window.
Unlike other Manchester City targets Kane, the striker has returned to his current club for preseason games and prepares for the upcoming season.
At the same time, Sun Sports’ Phil Thomas reported that Solskjaer’s new contract may give Manchester United a lead when they sign Dortmund’s superstar Erin Haaland next year.
When he left Red Bull Salzburg for Dortmund 18 months ago, Manchester United almost missed Haaland.
The 21-year-old player has a close relationship with his compatriots, and if Solskjaer is about to be fired, he is unwilling to risk moving to Old Trafford.
The star striker and his father, former Manchester City star Alf Inge both admitted that if the Norwegian coach is fired, they don’t want to risk working under a boss they don’t like.
The Manchester United coach allowed the Norwegian international to complete his debut when Molde was a teenager.
Now, after signing a new three-year contract last week, his own long-term future has been secured, and the Red Devils executives hope they can become popular candidates to sign Haaland next summer.