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Keep them coming: Man City to pursue Kane once Grealish deal is concluded

With Jack Grealish’s move to Manchester City edging closer by the day attention could turn to a striking option in the form of Harry Kane.

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Manchester City are wanting to strengthen their attack this season with significant moves already being made for Villa captain Grealish, City may try and bring in a goal machine in the form of Harry Kane. It is thought that Manchester City want to get Grealish over the line ASAP so attention can turn to Kane. It is no surprise that Harry Kane will be very long and difficult transfer to complete with Daniel Levy controlling negotiations.

We were alerted by Fabrizio Romano that although Harry Kane news is currently quiet, there may be big updates next week potentially after Manchester City have an agreement in the transfer of Jack Grealish. The Spurs number 10 is expected to return to training/ the Tottenham facilities next week however we were told a few weeks ago he could ditch Spurs training in an attempt to gain a transfer to Manchester City, with Kane returning next week it is believed that he will have various meetings with Daniel Levy and the Tottenham board about his future at the club.

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Daniel Levy is demanding a fee of £160m before the first game of the season (Spurs v Man City) various sources are suggesting he may lower his asking price to around £130m after this match. Many Journalists such as Sam Lee and David Ornstein believe City may go as high as £120m for the England captain. Reports from the Sun’s Showbiz writer and Manchester Evening News are suggesting City are prepared to take this deal to deadline day, Kane could potentially be Man City’s second signing this summer after Jack Grealish if all going well and to plan.

Written by Mason Smith

Sources: Sam Lee

Fabrizio Romano

David Ornstein

The Sun


Manchester Evening News

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