Report: Man City’s pursuit of Grealish brings boost to Tottenham

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Harry Kane
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Manchester City’s £100 million pursuit of Jack Grealish will bring a bit of a boost to Tottenham Hotspur’s hopes of keeping Harry Kane away from Pep Guardiola, Football London have reported.

The Telegraph reported that Man City have made a massive £100 million offer for Grealish and Guardiola is keen to complete what will be the most expensive transfer in Premier League history.

Aston Villa reportedly want to keep their star man, offering him a stellar £200,000 a week deal despite already being tied down until 2025 under his current contract.

This pursuit can only be good news from a Tottenham point of view, Football London claim, with Man City also rumoured to be interested in a big-money move for star man Kane.

Fabrizio Romano reported recently that Tottenham are still denying rumours that Kane is going to leave this summer, adding that Daniel Levy wants to keep the 28-year-old.

The only official bid submitted by City was worth £100m and came last month, which was turned down by Tottenham (Fabrizio Romano).

SpursWeb Opinion 

Surely a pursuit of Grealish, with that kind of money involved, rules City out of then trying for Kane. In a COVID-struck market, it feels impossible to fork out around £250m for two players. Even with this being good news, Grealish moving to City is still a scary thought.

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  1. It doesn’t really. If they can afford to buy the two most expensive players in Premiere league history, then they can afford to pay £150 million for Kane if he absolutely HAS to go.
    I’m not convinced he will stay and worse still, if he DOES stay what is his mind going to be like until the next transfer window.
    It can wreck the mentality of the entire team if someone the stature of Kane’s heart just isn’t in it.

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