Harry Kane trains with Spurs first team
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Less than two weeks away from the end of the summer transfer window and the Harry Kane saga seems to finally be coming to a conclusion. 

According to Sky Sports, the England captain has finally trained with the Tottenham Hotspur first team following their 1-0 win over Manchester City in the Premier League opener.

This was the first time Kane has trained fully with his teammates since returning from holiday. 

Football Insider Fabrizio Romano reported Manchester City are still waiting to see whether Spurs Chairman Daniel Levy will sell Harry Kane for less than his £150m asking price.

City have prepared a bid worth £127m, which is nowhere near Levy’s valuation.

Current status

The striker has also been included in Nuno Espírito Santo's UEFA Europa Conference League list, and Kane is now expected to make his first appearance under Nuno at the 9,000-capacity Estádio Capital do Móvel in northern Portugal against Paços de Ferreira.

Kane missed the Spurs opening Premier League game against Manchester City because he was not fully-match fit and was yet to practice along his teammates this season. 

Tottenham Hotspur will face Wolverhampton Wanderers at the Molineaux Stadium in match week #2, and it is still unknown on whether or not we'll see Kane make his Premier League debut by then.