The Spurs striker may try to force a move out of the club by not attending pre-season training under Nuno Espirito Santo, according to reports.
Santo, who replaced Jose Mourinho as Tottenham boss, has insisted Kane is going nowhere despite the club captain being linked with a move away.
Kane has been vocal during the summer about wanting to win trophies and play in the Champions League. Tottenham will not be playing in Europe's elite competition for a second successive season after finishing seventh in 2020/21.
Manchester City are in pole position to sign Kane but they are not the only club on the hunt for a forward with Chelsea also weighing up their options.
The Athletic claims Chelsea are prepared to offer Daniel Levy a player-plus-cash swap with Tammy Abraham heading the other way.
Brexit has given Manchester United a boost in their pursuit of Kieran Trippier.
La Liga rules dictate that sides cannot have more than three non-EU players registered in their squad.
From this season, English players will no longer be classed as EU citizens.
Trippier wants to move to Old Trafford but reports in Spain insist he will not leave Atletico Madrid this season, stating he is 'untransferable'.
Tripper came through the Man City academy before having three loan spells at Barnsley and then moving to Burnley. He joined Tottenham in 2015 for a fee of £3.5million.
After four seasons in North London, Trippier departed to Atletico Madrid for £20million and won La Liga last season.
Granit Xhaka has made his intentions clear: he wants to join AS Roma.
The Switzerland international may get his wish with Arsenal on the verge of signing a midfielder from Anderlecht.
La Gazzetta dello Sport reports that Xhaka has agreed personal terms to join Jose Mourinho's side and he is now trying to push the deal through.
AS Roma have offered around £12million for Xhaka, but the Gunners are demanding more after his stunning performances at Euro 2020.
According to the Mirror, Xhaka is prepared to give up his Arsenal bonuses to secure his move to the Italian capital. Roma remain confident of getting their man.
The defender has been released from Arsenal but it looks like he won't be without a club for too long.
Murat Sancak - the president of Adana Demirspor - has revealed the club is in talks with the Brazilian ace.
"Talks with David Luiz are ongoing, god willing we will reach a deal," Sancak said.
"When the fees are high we have to negotiate. We want an agreement both sides are happy with."
Should he join, Luiz will be playing with Mario Balotelli and Younes Belhanda at the newly-promoted Turkish club.