Report: Tottenham may be offered two Manchester City stars, including £49m speedster
Manchester City’s Raheem Sterling may be reportedly be made available to Tottenham.
According to the Sun, Premier League winners Man City are eyeing a bid for Spurs forward Harry Kane.
It is understood that Man City are looking at a part-exchange deal to land his signature, which would see their players Raheem Sterling and Gabriel Jesus offered to Spurs.
Sterling, 26, will reportedly be allowed to leave the Etihad Stadium this summer.
The £49million attacker is someone with pace, directness and aggression to his game. However, he’s not a nailed-on starter any more, albeit he did play in the Champions League final defeat to Chelsea.
He’s a speedster that also earned big praise from England teammate Kane:
“So nippy, so good one-v-one, he is a huge part of how we play with England, his pace and directness one-v-one against the full-back, cutting inside, and he has been scoring a good amount of goals for a few years now,” Kane told The Overlap.
Raheem Sterling deal wouldn’t make sense for Tottenham
Sterling is a supreme talent.
The fleet-footed wide man scored 14 goals and supplied 12 assists during the 2020/21 season. He also has 114 goals n 292 Man City appearances.
However, a deal to bring him in at the expense of losing Kane isn’t worth it.
Talented 24-year-old Man City forward Jesus is also mentioned as a potential part of the deal, but for Spurs they already have a world-class left-winger in Heung-Min Son.
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