Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola is one of the few bosses in the premier league who are fond of telling the truth when it comes to the matter concerning football.
The Spaniard talking to reporters last month stated that Manchester City could not replace the outgoing prolific striker Sergio Gun Aguero this summer. And the Catalonian highlighted the high price of the available stars in the market as what will incite his side to take that action.
And Speaking after Brighton defeat, the City manager says Kane is a Tottenham player right now and it is good to be linked on him but there are many factors to consider based on the Covid -19 pandemic that has hit the financial department of most clubs.
According to The Mirror, Guardiola hinted that they may fail to pursue Kane's transfer due to his fee as reports claim the Englishman is worth €150M.
And his prophecy about Manchester city in transfers could come true f the citizens will run out of the race to sign Kane this summer because of the high price tag.
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