Pep Guardiola appears to have opened the door for Harry Kane to join Manchester City in the summer.
Kane has asked Tottenham to allow him to leave the club when the transfer window reopens.
The England captain is one of the best strikers in the world and has remained loyal to Spurs all his career.
Europe’s top teams have targeted him for much of his time in London, but he always wanted to win trophies with Spurs.
After Jose Mourinho failed to achieve success, he seems to have given up on that happening at Spurs.
Manchester City is one of the few Premier League teams who can sign him as they look to replace Sergio Aguero.
Guardiola has refused to specifically address links between his club and Kane, but he said in a recent interview that he would love to sign a striker that can score 50 goals in a season, which we all know Kane can do.
Guardiola said via Sun Sports: “I’d love to have a striker who got 50 goals a season honestly but I don’t like to put all the pressure on one player.
“At Barcelona Lionel Messi, every season since he was born, scored 50 a season.
“Thierry Henry scored a lot in the first season, Samuel Eto’o scored a lot – what a striker.
“When you are to win titles, especially the Premier League, with just one guy you won’t win it.
“You need more and the statistics speak for themselves. You need three guys with more than ten, scoring 12 to 15, to be competitive.
“But when you have someone who can get 25 to 30 it helps a lot.”