Manchester City are reportedly open to selling two of their first-team stars to fund potential transfers for Harry Kane and Jack Grealish.
City manager Pep Guardiola played without a recognised No. 9 for much of last season, including the UEFA Champions League final as Gabriel Jesus and Sergio Aguero dropped to the bench.
With the Argentine having since left for Barcelona as a free agent, the club has reportedly turned its attention to Kane, who has previously informed Tottenham Hotspur that he wants to seek a new challenge.
The Daily Mirror has now reported that the Citizens are not looking go beyond £120 million (R2.4 billion) for the England striker, but with Spurs chairman Daniel Levy playing hardball, the club might need to offload one or two of their big names in order to fund potential new signings, including Villa captain Grealish.
Bernardo Silva, has been linked with Barcelona for a while now, is said to be one of the players who could be sacrificed, while Gabriel Jesus could be the other star to make way.
Jesus, who has been second choice at the Etihad for a while now, has reportedly been a target for Juventus, who are said to be keen to pair him with Cristiano Ronaldo in the upcoming season.
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