Manchester City are prepared to offer both Gabriel Jesus and Raheem Sterling to Tottenham Hotspur in their attempt to sign Harry Kane.
The Sun claim that City are prepared to part company with the pair in a bid to beat both Manchester United and Chelsea to land the England captain.
Kane is said to prefer a move to the Etihad over any other English club and is keen to link up with City playmaker Kevin de Bruyne.
Daniel Levy has reportedly placed a £150million asking price on Kane with City prepared to use both Jesus and Sterling as part of a package to help lower the fee they would have to pay.
Sterling’s £300,000-a-week wages are expected to prove to be a stumbling block for Tottenham, while Arsenal are also set to complicate matters by being frontrunners to land the former Liverpool player.
Jesus earns £90,000-a-week at City which is within Tottenham’s current wage structure and could move further down the pecking order if Kane was to arrive this summer.
It seems unlikely that Tottenham would significantly break their current wage structure to bring Sterling to the club and create even more unrest among the squad.
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