Man City coach Pep Guardiola has reportedly been linked with attempts to bring Harry Kane and Jack Grealish to the Etihad Stadium next season.
Kane, despite winning the Premier League Golden Shoe, has told Tottenham Hotspur he is keen to leave this summer due to their failure to win a trophy and Man City are hoping to cash in on that.
Grealish, on the other hand, has committed to a long-term deal with Aston Villa but has always been linked with withdrawals from the club in a deal that could be worth nearly £ 100million.
With the Young Player of the Year, Phil Foden has already signed for Man City, ESPN reports that Guardiola wants to unite the striker with his two compatriots Grealish and Kane to form an all-English front three at Man City.
A report has also hinted that with Villa’s confirmation of beating Arsenal on signing Norwich City playmaker Emiliano Buendia, Guardiola is confident about Man City’s chances of securing a deal for Grealish.
It is not certain, however, that City would be willing to spend that much to bring in Kane and Grealish, as Raheem Sterling and Gabriel Jesus are still on their payrolls.