Manchester City willing to pay €150 million for Harry Kane
Manchester City are ready to launch their biggest offer yet to sign Tottenham striker Harry Kane.
Harry Kane remains a Tottenham player with the new Premier League season set to commence.
Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has declared their interest in signing the England international. The situation has been at a standstill and remains unresolved.
City ready to up Kane bid
Manchester City are willing to pay €150m (£127m) for Harry Kane as they try to convince Tottenham to sell their captain, claims The Guardian via Fabrizio Romano.
Spurs have reiterated Kane is not for sale this off-season despite the forward's reported request to leave late last season.
Tottenham turned down a €117m (£100m) bid previously, which is the same amount City spent to sign Jack Grealish from Aston Villa.
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