Man City 'want Harry Kane and Jack Grealish in sensational double transfer swoop with pair ready to snub Man Utd moves'

MANCHESTER CITY are plotting a sensational double swoop on England's superstar pairing Harry Kane and Jack Grealish, according to reports.

Boss Pep Guardiola is ready to open the cheque book after missing a golden opportunity to end the club's wait for a Champions League trophy.

SunSport exclusively revealed earlier in May how City are ready to splurge £100million on Aston Villa's Grealish.

But a new striker remains top of his priority list with club legend Sergio Aguero playing his last game for the club.

Tottenham captain Harry Kane is the man that City want to fill his boots.

Kane has made it no secret of his desire to leave Spurs this summer in search of silverware.

Rivals Man United are also interested in both players but the Atheltic write how they would rather sign for the blue half of Manchester.

Convincing both Villa and Spurs to cash in on their key assets will prove easier said than done.

Kane is likely to cost around £150m with the 27-year-old still having three years left on his Tottenham deal.

Much could depend on which players City can offload this summer.

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The report adds how Aymeric Laporte, Raheem Sterling and Gabriel Jesus are unhappy with their roles and could be open to a new challenge.

Riyad Mahrez is another who could be sacrificed to raise transfer funds despite enjoying a brilliant Premier League season.

One option would be to offer Jesus to Spurs in a player-plus-cash deal to land Kane.

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