Manchester City are expected to speed up their summer dealings now that Euro 2020 is officially over. The Cityzens have been linked with the English duo of Jack Grealish and Harry Kane this summer.
While signing Grealish is very much within the limits of the Premier League champions, the same cannot be said about the Tottenham hitman, Harry Kane.
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With a £150 million price tag to his name, Kane is likely to stay at Tottenham for the next season as no team can currently afford to shell out such a huge sum on a single player.
Among the various big names linked with Manchester City, the Cityzens are planning to sneak in the signing of Brighton star Yves Bissouma as per the French outlet, Blue Moon.
Bissouma is a central midfielder and the 24-year-old managed to make 39 appearances last term for the Seagulls.
Manchester City legend and veteran Fernandinho recently signed another extension with the club, one that would keep him until the end of the next season following which he would leave the club. The Cityzens could think about bringing in Fernandinho’s replacement this summer.
Bissouma could be a good signing for the Cityzens but the Mali international will find it difficult to break into the City XI if the move does take place.
Rodri has established himself as one of the mainstays in Pep Guardiola’s starting XI and it is extremely difficult to see the Spaniard warming the bench next season.
It is understood that the deal is likely to proceed at a quick pace if Cityzens do want to pursue the 24-year-old.
The French outlet also understands that Bissouma is excited by the prospect of playing under the guidance of Pep Guardiola next season and hence personal terms aren’t likely to be an issue for the parties involved.