Man City has made a decision on a £215 million transfer fee. Harry Kane and Jack Grealish have both transferred to Tottenham Hotspur.
Manchester City could be on the verge of a massive spending spree this summer.
Both Jack Grealish and Harry Kane have been widely linked with transfers to Manchester City this summer, with both estimated to cost at least £100 million each. Both Grealish and Kane’s fates may now be decided ahead of the new season, now that England’s participation in Euro 2020 is ended.
The pair are City’s “two greatest targets,” according to a report from the Athletic.
It’s been said that the club will only be able to sign one of them this summer, and that they will have to choose which contract to pursue first.
The article states that this is not the case, and that the City is willing to sign both of them.
A number of experienced first-team talents, including Raheem Sterling, Bernardo Silva, Gabriel Jesus, and Aymeric Laporte, have been linked with moves away from the Etihad, and these departures might help finance the Kane and Grealish purchases.
To assist raise finances, a number of children could be sold.
Jack Harrison has already completed a permanent move to Leeds United for £11 million, while Lukas Nmecha is expected to join Wolfsburg for a similar sum.
Morgan Rogers has been linked with a £7 million move to Crystal Palace, Pedro Porro is a target for Sporting, and Hellas Verona is interested in Ivan Ilic.
Meanwhile, West Ham United and Leeds United are interested in signing Yangel Herrera.
According to The Athletic, ‘senior executives at the club have spoken about a major summer of moves,’ and City anticipate Kane and Grealish will cost between £175m and £215m to join.
It’s been reported that luring the pair away from their current clubs will be difficult, with Tottenham Hotspur boss Daniel Levy anxious to keep Kane and Aston Villa certain that Grealish will sign a new contract.
City, on the other hand, feel a deal for Grealish can be struck thanks to a rumored release clause in his contract that the club is willing to activate.
City may also consider bringing in a new left-back to bolster their defense.
First-choice As a result of Benjamin Mendy’s injury troubles throughout his City career, midfielder Oleksandr Zinchenko was converted to a left-back.
Joao Cancelo, a right-back, was also a fixture on the left flank. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”