Manchester City have been linked with Harry Kane and Jack Grealish this summer. While the Cityzens are said to be extremely close to signing Jack Grealish, the same cannot be said about the Cityzens’ pursuit of his English teammate, Harry Kane.
Harry Kane has been valued at a mammoth £150 million by Spurs and it is unlikely that the Lillywhites would part ways with the 27-year-old for a fee less than their valuation. Having said that, to sign both Grealish and Kane, City will need to shell out a combined sum of £220-250 million.
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Needless to say, the Premier League champions will need to raise funds to pursue the English striker and for that, the Sky Blues have been tipped to make a few key sales this summer, to boost their UEFA Champions League hopes next season.
Mirror reports that Manchester City have placed Raheem Sterling on the transfer list, in what comes off as a shocking decision.
Sterling was England’s best player in the recently concluded Euro 2020 and it was assumed that City would keep their star man within their ranks despite numerous reports suggesting the contrary, leading up to the competition.
Sterling, 26, is entering the prime years of his footballing career and the source understands that City are willing to part ways with the English winger, should the right offer arrive.
Sterling has been linked with a move away from Manchester City with the likes of Arsenal, Barcelona, and Real Madrid said to be interested in signing him.
Barcelona’s current financial situation has made it near impossible for the former La Liga champions to make any new additions to their squad while Real Madrid are said to be busy pursuing their long-term target in Kylian Mbappe.
While Sterling has also been tipped to sign a new contract with the Premier League champions, it remains to be seen what the Englishman decides, given that his future in the club has come under scrutiny after having lost his place in the XI to the rising star in Phil Foden.