CITY LEAD QUEUE FOR KANE
“Next query please. He’s a Tottenham Hotspur player,” stated Pep Guardiola when asked about Harry Kane after Manchester City in some way contrived to lose 3-2 to Brighton on Tuesday night. But in accordance to the Daily Mail, ‘Manchester City are emerging as the main contenders’ for the England captain, who is not intending to back down on his request to depart Tottenham this summer.
are insistent they will not sell, it is believed a price of £150million could be too good for the club to reject,’ it says here, and City ‘would absolutely be in a position to finance such a move for Kane’. Though whether or not they sincerely would is another matter; Pep has earlier stated that such a move would be “impossible”.
are still contenders in spite of the re-signing of Edinson Cavani, it seems, with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer announcing on Tuesday night: “Yeah Edi (Cavani) signed however how many top strikers have we had at this club? And I can’t say we’re not signing a striker, of course not due to the fact we’re building towards a better squad.”
CHELSEA MOVE FOR SANCHO
plan to step up their pursuit of Jadon Sancho by launching an £80million bid,’ according to an exclusive in The Sun. Manchester United are also thought to be interested in the Borussia Dortmund man, a year after discovering his £117m fee a little too high for their blood.Sancho was a Chelsea fan as a boy so the Blues should truly have an advantage if he has a preference between Chelsea and United, especially as both are likely to be in the Champions League next season after Tuesday night’s incredible win over Leicester.