The English striker is chased by Premier League champions Manchester City.
Harry Kane’s transfer saga turns out to be the most headline-grabbing thing in this summer window and we could soon see an end to it.
According to a new report, the 28-year-old is slowly leaning towards staying in North London as Man City are in a race against time to complete the transfer.
With only around two weeks left in the transfer window, Spurs owner Daniel Levy appears to be still persistent on not selling his prized asset meanwhile City could fail to make an offer.
It leaves Kane with no option other than staying at his boyhood club for one more season.
The Three Lions striker earlier stated his desire to leave Spurs in order to spend the prime years of his career at a top club.
Ever since then, Man City have been leading the race to sign him and also saw a £100m bid rejected by the North Londoners.
Pep Guardiola also confirmed the interest in the Three Lions international but insisted that City could give up their pursuit if Spurs were reluctant to negotiate.
However, recent reports suggested that the Premier League champions would go all out for Kane and come up with an improved offer.
Kane joined the Spurs’ camp for full training on Friday and manager Nuno Santo is said to be assessing whether to start Kane in Sunday’s Premier League clash against Man City.