City enquire about the possibility of signing top PL striker

Manchester City have kept their search on for strong no.9 as they seek to add more steel to their attack.The club has been active in the ongoing summer window and is thoroughly in favour of signing top-quality players before the start of the next season.

The Sky Blues do have a considerable amount of time left in their hand before the commencement of the new campaign in August. With Champions League being the biggest objective, the team is now focused on recruiting some reputed names in the summer.

A recent revelation from journalist Duncan Castles has now suggested that Manchester City have apparently made an offer for Harry Kane. In Castles’s podcast, “The Transfer Window“, it was clearly mentioned that the Cityzens have made a bid for the Spurs no.10.

As of now, the club itself has not made any official announcement about their interest in the English international. The 27-year-old attacker is currently on national duty with Gareth Southgate’s England for the ongoing Euro 2020 competition.

The Spurs forward is expected to play a big role for the Three Lions and therefore will be the focal point in the final third for his country.

Is the move possible for Manchester City?

Yes absolutely! It has been no secret that Harry Kane is desperate to win trophies and so far his efforts to get hands-on silverware have tanked with Tottenham Hotspur.

The Englishman himself has realised that his stay at North London has borne no fruit which in return has left him frustrated. A move away from Spurs might just be the right call for the highly-rated attacker.

However, the Cityzens will have to offer a better deal to Kane as top clubs like Manchester United, PSG and even Juventus have enquired about the availability of the attacker.

Pep Guardiola will realise that his time at the Etihad might come to an end if he fails to lift the Champions League next season. Right now his best bet would be to bring in a solid no.9.


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