Manchester City goes with everything for a Premier League figure and would pay a millionaire amount.

By Alexis Almosnino

Manchester City goes with everything for a Premier League figure and would pay a millionaire amount.

English press points out that Manchester City's number one target in the transfer market is none other than Harry Kane, who has already made clear his intention to leave Tottenham.

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Manchester City forgot the defeat in the Champions League final against Chelsea and is already thinking about next season, in the middle of the transfer market in the ‘Old Continent’. Led by Josep Guardiola, the English club wants to strengthen the team in specific areas, such as the front.

Along these lines, according to the ‘Daily Mail’ newspaper, at Etihad Stadium they think nothing less than Harry Kane, Tottenham striker who made clear his intention to leave the London box for next season. The aforementioned source explains that the English striker, who is currently seeking the European Championship title, is Manchester City's number 1 goal for the 2021-22 season.

The current champion of the Premier League is so clear about the signing of the Tottenham star that he has already presented a definitive offer for his services. It is about 116 million euros that City is willing to pay for Harry Kane. At Etihad Stadium they would not drop a penny more for the British footballer and hope to close the negotiations the first time. The idea is that it is a "quick operation", remarks the ‘Daily Mail’.

Since Kane announced his intention to leave Tottenham, Manchester City have become the club most likely to take over his services. And the English star does not dislike the idea of dressing up in 'Sky Blue'. In fact, the '9' confessed a few days ago that he would be interested in playing with Kevin de Bruyne.

Asked about the footballer who would help him score more goals, Kane had it clear. "De Bruyne. When I see him, he is special and some of the balls that I see him put in the City are a forward's dream, if I'm honest, "said the England striker on former player Gary Neville's 'The Overlap' podcast. Kane came to Tottenham in 2011 and since then, in addition to being runners-up in the Premier League, he has been twice in the League Cup and once in the Champions League.

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