Manchester City are prepared to pay as much as £130m for Tottenham striker Harry Kane, according to reports in the English media.
The Citizens are about to shell out a British record fee on Jack Grealish, but it seems the spending won’t stop there, and supporters on Twitter believe the price limit set by the club for Kane is fair but very impressive:
Feels like FIFA and I’m all for it 💙
— 𝙎𝙩𝙚 🇧🇼 (@CitehSte) August 4, 2021
This is last transfer I will ask for🙏🔥🤤
— Sir_Shacool🇺🇬🇷🇼 (@iamshacool) August 4, 2021
We are breaking the transfer record two times in one summer 😂 @ManCity 👏🏽♥️
— Gaafar Sayed (@Ga3farSayed) August 4, 2021
Tbf thats pretty good price
— Šupak Alex (@Ajox10) August 4, 2021
This is insane
— NilsVtd (@Nilsmancity) August 4, 2021
Oh god I feel sad for the rest of the league
— Gabe (@Gabe01391906) August 4, 2021
Good price imo
— Cyrus 🙇🏻♂️ (@SilkyCyrus_74) August 4, 2021
Get Kane and Grealish completed so we can tear the premier league apart
— Vincent Marnix (@Cameron46615892) August 4, 2021
It’s happening people omfg let’s go the premier league is now a farmers league
— I need Kompany (@4isKompany) August 4, 2021
Some journalists don’t think that City will be able to finance deals for both Grealish and Kane this summer. However, if they do offload players like Gabriel Jesus and Bernardo Silva, there should be funds available.
With Chelsea focusing on signing Romelu Lukaku, and Manchester United seemingly happy to wait until next year to make a move for a striker, City don’t really have any competition for Kane either.
The major obstacle, though, is still Spurs chairman Daniel Levy. £130m may not be enough to persuade him into selling up, with some reports suggesting he wants in excess of £150m.