Manchester City have been heavily linked with Harry Kane and Jack Grealish this summer. While the Cityzens are said to be close to completing an all-cash deal for Grealish, who is valued at £100 million, the same cannot be said for their pursuit of Harry Kane.
Kane, 27, is valued at £150 million, and submitting an offer of £150 million in cash is not at all feasible for the Sky Blues. Moreover, there is no guarantee that it would be enough to convince Spurs chairman, Daniel Levy, to part ways with his most prized asset. Levy is said to be desperate to keep Kane at the club for another season at least.
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A few days back, the Premier League champions submitted their first official bid to Spurs worth £100 million with the option of involving players such as Raheem Sterling, Gabriel Jesus, or Aymeric Laporte in the deal.
Sterling, 26, has lost his place in the XI and is said to be open to an extension but recent reports suggest that he is not happy with the way City are going about their business this summer window. Sterling is said to be annoyed by the fact that City are ‘protecting his value’ rather than keeping him in their long-term plans. Having said that, a new report from Todofichajes understands that Sterling has begun to offer himself to some of the biggest clubs in Europe.
Barcelona, Real Madrid, AS Roma, and Paris Saint-Germain are said to be the clubs that could potentially sign him.
In the past few months, Sterling has been heavily linked with a move to Spain despite numerous reports claiming that Pep Guardiola still considers him to be an integral part of his plans.
Sterling is not said to be a fan of the fact that he is being offered to Spurs in exchange of Harry Kane and is now looking for an exit.
With the former Liverpool man valued at €90 million, it is believed that a sum of €70 million should be enough to sign the Englishman.