After months of speculation about a move to Manchester City, the England skipper says he's staying in North London.
Harry Kane has confirmed he's staying at Tottenham Hotspur, ending any chance of Manchester City signing the 28-year-old.
Kane had told Tottenham that he wanted to leave the club in May, and Pep Guardiola said he wanted City to sign him. The striker also reportedly believed he had a verbal agreement with Spurs chairman Daniel Levy that he would be allowed to leave if a suitable bid came through.
Tottenham valued Kane at around £150 million. According to some reports, City were looking to offer around £100 million. But despite Kane not showing up for Tottenham's pre-season training, no deal materialized.
On social media, Kane posted: "I will be staying at Tottenham this summer and will be 100 per cent focused on helping the team achieve success."
It remains uncertain what will happen after "this summer".