Manchester city are expecting Harry Kane, Jack Freakish updates by the weekend. They are reportedly hopeful making progress in their pursuit of Harry Kane and Jack Grealish in the coming future. Pep Guardoliola has allegedly identified the England pair as his priority transfer targets ahead of the 2021-2022 season.
However, neither Tottenham Hotspur or Aston villa want to sell their most prized assets, for the transfer fee in excess of £150 million and £100 million respectively. City are confident that they may the breakthrough on discussions over the coming days.
The pair have each enjoyed a two-week breaks since representing the three-lions at Euro 2020 effectively delaying resolutions regarding their future.
It appears that City are now ready to make considerable strides in singing at least one of the two before the end of the summer season.
Jack Grealish is currently on holiday after helping England to the Euro 2020 final. The 25-year-old only signed his last deal with the club in September 2020.The news is a potential blow to city with Grealish one of their main target. Grealish notched up 12 premier league assists last term second to Harry Kane.
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