Harry Kane is hoping his future will become clearer after Tottenham’s clash with Manchester City on Sunday.
Kane is expected to rejoin his team-mates in training on Friday after returning a negative PCR test on Thursday, releasing him from quarantine.
There is thought to have been contact between Spurs and City in the past week over the England captain, although Spurs were surprised at overnight reports that the Premier League champions value Kane in the region of £120million.
Spurs have no interest in selling their talisman but Daniel Levy, the chairman, would be pressed to consider a bid of £150m-160m.
There was never any likelihood of a deal before Spurs host City but Kane is hoping for a breakthrough in talks after the fixture.
Spurs boss Nuno Espirito Santo is set to face questions on Kane at a press conference on Friday afternoon and could decide to include him in the squad for Sunday’s game, despite the striker’s lack of training and desire to join City.
Meanwhile, Spurs will play Pacos de Ferreira in a two-legged Europa Conference League play-off over the next two Thursday nights after the Portuguese side beat Larne FC of Northern Ireland.