Manchester City is interested in signing Tottenham striker, Harry Kane, But Daniel Levy’s asking price means a deal is very unlikely to happen according to ESPN.
Pep Guardiola’s side is preparing hard for the future and the Spaniard looks like he means business in terms of trying to win the Premier League back from Liverpool next season.
The former midfielder has been backed to land a few players this summer after the transfer window reopens, and he will like to add Kane to his team sheet for next season claims the ESPN report.
They claim that although Sergio Aguero has proven to be more than capable of scoring the goals that City needs, they are worried about his future.
He has admitted that he wants to finish his career back home when he is done at City.
The Citizens think that Kane will slot in perfectly as a replacement for Aguero, however, they will struggle to pay Spurs for the World Cup Golden Boot winner.
The Lilywhites (Daniel Levy) have placed a £200m value on their captain and that will be too much for any top European team to pay, especially now that the coronavirus pandemic has caused financial problems.
City may have all the money in the world but as things stand right now, Levy has priced them out of the running for Kane.
Fans will hope that the appointment of Jose Mourinho as the club’s new manager will finally yield trophies that Kane is desperate to start picking up and thus avoid his departure from the club.