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A couple of months back, Harry Kane was asked by Gary Neville to name his dream teammate and without any hesitation, he went for Kevin De Bruyne.
"When I watch De Bruyne play he's a special, special player and some of the balls I see him put in for City are just a striker's dream if I'm honest," Kane told Neville in an honest chat while playing golf for an episode of 'The Overlap'.
"But yeah he's outstanding - you've seen him year in year out - he's an outstanding player with the ball, off the ball, pressing. His delivery is as good as I've ever seen to be honest."
The praise could not have been any higher and now Kane could well be realising his dream after reports said he had been given the green light by chairman Daniel Levy to move to Manchester City in a £160 million move.
It appears as though we are close to seeing the Premier League's best goalscorer and top assister combine on a weekly basis and the thought is just frightening.
And through this compilation from @lacomps on Twitter, we get a flavour of the absolute magic Kane and De Bruyne would conjure up in the same side.
It's just one minute long, made up of De Bruyne and Kane clips spliced together, and yet it's enough to be worried for the rest of the Premier League.
Whether it's De Bruyne's innate whipped crosses to the back post to pick out Kane in the air, or the Belgian's perfectly placed through balls finding the England skipper's runs in behind, the game will be changed.
And then you throw in the fact that Kane topped the assist charts as well as goals last term - finishing two ahead of De Bruyne with 14.
Kane's move to City will give him the chance to compete for major trophies, while it also increases the probability of him beating Alan Shearer's record Premier League goals tally.
With 166 in 245 appearances for Spurs, the 28-year-old is just 95 away from becoming the all-time leading scorer in English football's top division.
Kane is poised to eclipse De Bruyne as City's top earner with a weekly wage of £400,000-a-week, with a contract for four or five years likely to be signed.
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