Their report also suggests that Bernardo Silva could be a transfer casualty, too, a departure which would both make room for Grealish and a return on their eye-watering £100m investment.
Given that Grealish is capable of playing in central positions or on the wide flank, it has been hotly-debated as to where he will fit in Guardiola's talented side.
With both skillsets in his locker, he would be a direct threat to someone like Silva, who has also featured across both positions in recent seasons.
Following his involvement with the Three Lions at this summer's European Championships, Kane was due back for pre-season training with Spurs on Monday after being granted extra time off.
The wantaway forward, widely regarded as one of the best in the world, failed to show up for training after being forced to quarantine following a holiday in the Bahamas.
Could the Etihad Stadium be his next destination? Only time will tell.
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