The transfer window is slowly elapsing therefore having many football fans to be curious and eager to hear more of their club new transfers but as it is evident this time,everything may came with full of surprises.
Now on today's latest transfer news as it is confirmed by the famous Fabrizio Romano;
Mancity offered £100M for Harry Kane but Tottenham refused.Kane is just 28 years of age and he is said to be exiting the White Hart Lane come next season but still Tottenham could not accept the City bid.
Therefore,it could be bad news for Arsenal if Guardiola's scouts could consider having Grealish whom was earlier on linked with a potential move to Emirates.This is because Arsenal are not always the 'potential ones' in securing possible moves due to finance related problems.
For instance,in the early case where Aston Villa snatched them Emiliano Buendia who was so close to securing Emirates move.
Anyway congrats to England players since they are only focused on Euros.
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