Harry Kane told to act the right way by former Spurs striker Darren Bent.
The England captain has failed to turn up at the Spurs training ground for the second day in order to push for a move to Manchester City.
He plans to return at the end of this week after spending a holiday in the Bahamas.
Manchester City are the frontrunner in the 27-year old’s signature and chairman Daniel Levy won’t accept an offer of less than £160million for their most valuable asset.
Former Spurs striker Darren Bent believes it was wrong to not show up at Spurs training and ‘sulking’ won’t change Daniel Levy’s mind.
“He is under contract and he should act in the right way in terms of showing up,” Bent told talkSPORT Breakfast.
“Be with your teammates, do your [COVID] testing, whatever you’ve got to do. He should show up.
“I 100 per cent understand his frustration. He wants to move, he’s made it abundantly clear he wants to leave, but I think there’s a right way to go about things.
“Unfortunately he’s at a club where he can kind of sulk and not turn up to training but that won’t solve things, that won’t soften Daniel Levy’s stance.
“He’s got three years left on his contract. He should be turning up to training and honouring his contract but I do understand his frustration.”