Manchester City ‘prepared to offer Raheem Sterling and Gabriel Jesus to Tottenham in attempt to beat Manchester United and Chelsea to signing of Harry Kane’

  • Manchester City ready to offer Raheem Sterling and Gabriel Jesus to Tottenham
  • Pep Guardiola’s side are attempting to secure the signing of Harry Kane 
  • Tottenham want £150m but City feel including players could drive price down  

Manchester City are reportedly prepared to offer both Raheem Sterling and Gabriel Jesus to Tottenham as they look to secure a deal for Harry Kane.

As reported by The Sun, City are determined to beat Manchester United and Chelsea to the signing of the England captain.

Kane, who informed Tottenham of his desire to leave in order to win trophies, is valued at around £150million.

Manchester City are prepared to offer Raheem Sterling and Gabriel Jesus for Harry Kane

Manchester City are prepared to offer Raheem Sterling and Gabriel Jesus for Harry Kane

City hope that by including Sterling and Jesus as part of the deal they would be able to bring the overall fee down.

Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy is reluctant to sell Kane and is looking to bring back former manager Mauricio Pochettino in an attempt to persuade the 27-year-old to stay. 

Jesus, who scored 14 goals this season, may be offered to Tottenham as part of a deal for Kane

Jesus, who scored 14 goals this season, may be offered to Tottenham as part of a deal for Kane

Sterling could also be offered to Tottenham as City try to sign his England team-mate Kane

Sterling could also be offered to Tottenham as City try to sign his England team-mate Kane

However, it is still possible that Kane could depart, with City the club that he would most like to join given his desire to play with Kevin De Bruyne. 

Sterling has enjoyed much success during his City career but struggled at times this season despite scoring 14 goals.

Jesus, meanwhile, also scored 14 times this campaign, although he isn’t guaranteed a regular place in the starting lineup for City, especially given Pep Guardiola’s tendency to often field a side without a recognised striker.





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