Bookmakers believe Harry Kane will be a Manchester City player before the transfer window closes.
The England captain is determined to leave the north London giants this month, citing their failure to qualify for the Champions League or win any silverware last term.
Kane, 28, also knows that champions Man City want to sign him, but thus far Tottenham are refusing to contemplate a deal.
A £100million offer was rejected by Spurs earlier in the summer, and City are understood to be open to coming back with £130million - but that looks unlikely to be entertained either.
Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy is in no mood to even talk, and Kane's camp are reportedly furious that he is not standing by an agreement that the two reportedly made during a conversation last season.
Kane believes Levy made a 'Gentleman's agreement' in which he promised to let him leave if Spurs failed last season, but Levy is not budging.
However, punters and bookmakers still believe that despite less than two weeks left in the current transfer window - he is set for City.
It is 6/5 that he stays with Tottenham - which given Levy's current stance could prove to be a very good price.