Harry Kane has been linked with a move to Manchester City since a long time now. The 27-year-old has established himself as one of the topmost strikers in the game and he has got some impressive stats to back his case.
Needless to say, Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola thinks that he would be a perfect fit for his plans to win the UEFA Champions League trophy; which would be the club’s first and his first, since leaving the managerial job at FC Barcelona.
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With Harry Kane being linked with a move to Manchester City this summer, Tottenham are reluctant to let go of their main man with chairman Daniel Levy not said to be a fan of selling his most prized asset to a direct rival.
Kane has got no team trophies to show for his impressive stats and the 27-year-old believes that the time is running out for him to amass an impressive collection of team trophies. Spurs have slapped a £150 million valuation on Harry Kane to ward off any pursuers.
The Telegraph understands that Harry Kane to miss the pre-season training with Tottenham Hotspur to push for a move to Manchester City.
Realistically speaking, Kane’s chances of winning silverware every season would be at an all-time high in case he joins the Sky Blues and needless to say, he would be guaranteed UEFA Champions League football every season.
Spurs are not going to be a part of the UCL next season and would be playing in the inaugural UEFA Europa Conference League instead.
Signing both Grealish and Kane would be extremely tough for the Premier League champions, who are said to be extremely close to finalizing the signing of the Aston Villa skipper.
Grealish is valued at £100 million and the Cityzens are expected to trigger his release clause in the coming days. Having said that, the Cityzens will need to make a few player sales to raise the funds to sign Harry Kane if they are to land him this summer.