£ 45million compromise gives Man City a boost for Tottenham and Kane – Marseille News

Man City have received a significant boost in their pursuit of Tottenham hitman Harry Kane after a compromise worth £ 45million was touted, while gossip over Sunday’s transfer noted that Man Utd persisted in their interest in a chic Premier League midfielder.


City of man could generate £ 45million to spend on their pursuit of the Tottenham captain Harry kane after a player who rejected the chance to be a weight in the deal established ties with AC Milan.

The reigning Premier League champions remain on the lookout for a new striker to fill the void left by Sergio Aguero.

Kane has been identified as the man to do just that, but keeping him away from Tottenham proves to be a difficult struggle.

Jack Grealish’s £ 100million arrival has pushed Portuguese playmaker Bernardo Silva further up the pecking order. As such, Silva is said to be looking for another move looking for guaranteed playing time.

The idea of ​​using Silva as a sweetener in a Kane switch was presented. However, the 27-year-old rejected this particular avenue. Instead, he would have preferred to upgrade to a Spanish giant.

Now, according to the Daily Star, Silva could instead be offered the chance to join an Italian powerhouse.

They claim AC Milan ‘are looking to sign’ Silva for around £ 45million. The deal would see Milan borrow the striker for two years at a cost of £ 15million, before reaching a permanent £ 30million deal in 2023.

If he left, Man City would free up a significant chunk of his salary and be sure to generate £ 45million in the near future.

It could encourage them to return to Tottenham with an improved offer for Kane who still has hopes of joining Pep Guardiola in Manchester before the window closes.

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Man Utd still harbor the ambition to land chic Wolves midfielder Ruben Neves. (Sunday Express)

David Beckham has already been in talks with Lionel Messi to end his career at MLS side, Inter Miami. (Daily Mirror)

Crystal Palace are set to close a £ 10million deal for Watford midfielder Will Hughes. The Eagles will withdraw from the race to sign Lewis O’Brien from Huddersfield if successful. O’Brien is a target for Leeds Utd. (The sun)

Manchester City remain £ 50million away from Kane’s assessment of £ 150million by Tottenham. (Daily Mirror)

Everton outcast James Rodriguez is a target for Newcastle. Steve Bruce has asked the Magpies to speak with the 30-year-old. (Calcio In Pillole)

Former Chelsea and Arsenal center-half David Luiz is a target for Flamengo. The 34-year-old is a free agent after his contract with the Gunners expired this summer. (Globo, via Le Soleil)

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Everton boss Rafael Benitez applauds fans after beating Southampton at Goodison Park

The hunt for Everton center-back has turned to Chelsea after joining Bologna and Eintracht Frankfurt in the race to sign Malang Sarr. (Gianluca Di Marzo)

Tottenham are in the game for unstable Barcelona teenager Ilaix Moriba. However, the Pursuit Pack already contains Man City, Chelsea, RB Leipzig and Real Madrid. (Daily mail)

Man City love Moriba, but only if the deal is a free transfer. (Mundo Deportivo)

Ole Gunnar Solskjær insisted that Jadon Sancho and Marcus Rashford should be spared the kind of hostile reception from opposition supporters David Beckham received after the 1998 World Cup. The Man Utd pair have both missed a penalty shootout in the Euro 2020 final shootout. (The keeper)

Tottenham’s main target at the center-forward if Kane leaves remains Fiorentina’s Dusan Vlahovic. (The Republic)


Tottenham have rejected a swap deal involving Bayern Munich midfielder Corentin Tolisso. The change would have seen Tanguy Ndombele move to Bavaria. (Sky Sport Germany)

Tottenham transfer chief Fabio Paratici has opened talks with former club Juventus over Ndombele. If successful, US international Weston McKennie could take the opposite direction. (Tuttosport)

Ndombele prefers a move to one of the European giants Bayern Munich, Barcelona or Real Madrid. (LIKE)

West Ham talisman Declan Rice is unhappy with the £ 100million price the club has imposed on him. That high assessment practically guaranteed that he wouldn’t be moving to a bigger club this summer. (Sunday Telegraph)

Chelsea flop Tiemoue Bakayoko is set to join AC Milan. (Calciomercato)


Southampton take aim at Celtic striker Ryan Christie. However, they are prepared to wait for it to be available for free in a year. (The sun)

Sheffield Utd manager Slavisa Jokanovic wants to sell Oli Burke at a clearance sale. Rhian Brewster is another available if the club receives a suitable offer. (The sun)

Belgian side Anderlecht want to loan rising Man City striker Liam Delap. (Football insider)

Southampton are hoping to finalize a deal for Brazilian defender of Turin Lyanco, 24. (Sunday mail)

Premier League chiefs have started pressuring the government for quarantine exemptions. If successful, it would prevent their star players from being forced to isolate themselves in hotels and miss key Premier League and Champions League games after next month’s World Cup qualifiers. (Daily mail)

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