Check Out “Harry Kane returns to Tottenham.” A video of the players reporting for their first day back at training has been shared on social media by the Spurs’ administrative staff.

It all kicks off with a chuckle when summer signing James Maddison is forced to inquire about the location of the locker room.

In addition, fellow newcomer Manor Solomon and Giovani Lo Celso, who spent the previous 18 months on loan at Villarreal, make appearances in the match.

In spite of this, supporters are likely to be most eager in seeing Kane back at the training field, especially in light of the rumors surrounding his future.

Speaking of Declan Rice, financial analysis reveals that since Mikel Arteta took over as manager, Arsenal has had the greatest net spending in the Premier League.

With the upcoming acquisitions of Rice and Jurrien Timber, the Gunners will have spent more than £665 million overall since Arteta was appointed manager in December 2019.

The Emirates are also anticipated to lose players this season, with Nicolas Pepe and Thomas Partey potentially following Granit Xhaka out the door, which will reduce their net spending.

However, Man City, which spent less overall than West Ham, Leeds United, and Nottingham Forest, has won the Premier League title three times since Arteta left to become Arsenal’s manager.

With nearly £1 billion spent on new signings during the same time period, Chelsea is the top-flight large spender, but thanks to over £600 million in sales, their net spending is second only to Arsenal’s $502 million.

(Figures courtesy of BonusCodeBets)

Are you getting impatient, Arsenal supporters?

Declan Rice has returned to the practice field, but his transfer to the Emirates Stadium is still unknown.

The midfielder is back in the gym, but his Instagram page shows him working out alone rather than with his West Ham teammates, which is a clear sign that his contract with the Gunners is up.

Why then are they taking so long to publicize it?

We’ve explained all here