Manchester City hold a £ 175million to £ 215million transfer plan for the Premier League duo amid signing uncertainty


Etihad officials have been making a plan of attack and laying the groundwork for Premier League duo Harry Kane and Jack Grealish for some time.

With both players recently returning from the European Championships and busy with Gareth Southgate’s England side, negotiations and talks have been somewhat prolonged. However, there is now a feeling that things can start to move more intensely.

The latest information from Athletic responds to concerns from some fans that Manchester City may have to prioritize either Grealish or Kane, due to the financial complications of signing the two in the same window.

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According to information from Sam Lee writing in Athletic on Friday, Manchester City will not make a choice between Harry Kane and Jack Grealish, and will instead sign the two players this summer if their respective clubs agree to sell.

It is further explained that the signing of both players is dependent on Manchester City selling some of their ‘established‘first-team stars, which club officials not only expect to see but also understood as part of their plan from the start.

Lee goes on to say that in conversations with representatives of current Manchester City players in recent weeks, figures from the Etihad Stadium have spoken of a “big summer of transfers‘- further explaining the serious nature of their plans for the next few weeks.

From Manchester City’s perspective on financial expenses for both players, it is reported that the club estimate the total cost to Harry Kane and Jack Grealish to be between £ 175million and £ 215million.

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It is important to consider, however, that the aforementioned fees will not represent the net expenditure to Manchester City for this transfer window, should the two top-tier transfers occur in the coming weeks.

Club officials maintain a clear intention to offload talent this summer, in order to keep some of the finances spent on the Premier League duo, with figures like Bernardo Silva, Aymeric Laporte and Gabriel Jesus facing the most uncertain future in the future. the current time.

While Bernardo Silva and Aymeric Laporte both generate significant interest from Spain, the fees required for the pair would likely be too high for any club in La Liga. The same goes for Gabriel Jesus and the interests of Juventus, although some circles have raised the possibility of a first loan agreement with an obligation to purchase.

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