Manchester City long-time target Harry Kane has confirmed that he will be staying at Tottenham, after many weeks of transfer saga surrounding his potential move to the Etihad Stadium, as the Manchester club had seen two bids for the striker rejected in the past.
Kane had informed the club of his desire to leave in search of silverware and Champions League football.
Premier League Champions, Manchester City, had two bids rejected for the 28-year-old England International and were expected to return with an improved offer for Kane, but the striker has taken to social media to commit his future to the North London side.
Kane made his return to the side on Sunday during their 1-0 win over Wolves. He came on as a substitute as he received a warm reception from fans.
"It was incredible to see the reception from the spurs fans on Sunday and to read some of the support messages I've had in the last few weeks, he said.
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