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Raheem Sterling Among Four Man City Players Who Could Be Exchanged For Harry Kane

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Raheem Sterling Among Four Man City Players Who Could Be Exchanged For Harry Kane

Raheem Sterling is one of four first-team players that Manchester City could use in a sensational deal to lure Harry Kane away from Tottenham Hotspur this summer.

City were believed to have had a £100m bid rejected for Kane last month after the 28-year-old handed in a transfer request at Spurs.

Kane's deal at Spurs runs until 2024 meaning that the Citizens will have to pay an enormous amount to sign him - but Pep Guardiola is reportedly keen on sending four players instead, including Sterling, to complete a deal.

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Harry Kane has made his intentions clear that he wants to leave Tottenham Hotspur this summer
Harry Kane has made his intentions clear that he wants to leave Tottenham Hotspur this summer

According to L'Equipe, Sterling, Bernardo Silva, Riyad Mahrez and Gabriel Jesus are amongst those in contention to be offered in a part-exchange for the Three Lions captain.

The French publication also reports that it could be tricky to sign Kane, even with a player thrown into the mix, as new boss Nuno Espirito Santo is determined to keep the striker at the club.

When asked about Kane earlier this week the new Tottenham manager hinted that Kane will stay at the club next season.

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"I had a lot of meetings, we spoke about a lot of things," he teased.

Raheem Sterling is one of four first-team players that Manchester City could use in a deal to sign Kane
Raheem Sterling is one of four first-team players that Manchester City could use in a deal to sign Kane

"But one thing is for sure, what we speak about between us, stays between us.

"Harry Kane is one of the best football players in the world and he's with us, he's our player, he's Tottenham's player. That can make us very proud."

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Kane, who ranks among the best strikers in the world, has made his intentions clear that he wants to leave Spurs.

While Spurs publicly state they have no intention of selling, forcing a disgruntled Kane to stay and decline in value would, surely, be a risk for the club.

Featured Image Credit: PA Images

Topics: Manchester City, Tottenham Hotspur, Transfers, Premier League, Harry Kane

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