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Manchester City have made a formal bid for Tottenham striker Harry Kane with three players offered as part of the deal.

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Manchester City have made a formal bid for Tottenham striker Harry Kane with three players offered as part of the deal.

The Cityzens have made an official bid for Tottenham striker Harry Kane, according to Fabrizio Romano.

Having opted not to extend the club’s all-time top goalscorer Sergio Agüero a new deal, Pep Guardiola is in the market for a new striker this summer, with England skipper Harry Kane arrived to be the Blues’ first choice.

In the biggest advancement regarding this story yet, Fabrizio Romano reported on Monday afternoon that Manchester City had made their first official bid to sign the 27-year-old.

According to Fabrizio Romano, Manchester City’s offer to Spurs was an initial £100 million-plus at least one current player.

An initial £100 million would massively outperform the current club record and Premier League transfer fee record, with the signing of Ruben Dias for £64 million having set a new club record last summer.

Romano also states that ‘at least one’ Manchester City player would be open to Spurs as part of this official bid – with Raheem Sterling, Aymeric Laporte, and Gabriel Jesus three players who ‘would be among the possible players to be considered as part of the negotiations.’

Aymeric Laporte has been associated with a return to Spain as a result of a lack of game time, while Gabriel Jesus is reportedly a target of Juventus.

Raheem Sterling only has two years left on his current deal and has also been associated with a move away from the Etihad this summer. These are just three of the growing list of players who have been subject to transfer speculation in recent weeks.

The Italian journalist also says that Harry Kane remains Manchester City’s ‘main target’ this summer, appending Pep Guardiola would ‘love to work with him’.

The current Spurs and England skipper is said to want to play Champions League football next season and remains intent to leave White Hart Lane.

His current club currently remain without a manager and will be debuting in the Europa Conference League after finishing 7th last season.

Despite Kane jostling for a transfer, Romano states that the striker remains ‘focused’ on Euro 2020 and that ‘no decision’ regarding his future will be made during the competition.

Daniel Levy is however said to still be confident of keeping hold of Spurs’ biggest asset, with the Chairman having ‘no intention’ to accept City’s offer and planning to ‘fight again and again’ to keep Kane.

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Manchester City have made a formal bid for Tottenham striker Harry Kane with three players offered as part of the deal.

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