Manchester City are set to offer both Raheem Sterling and Gabriel Jesus in a bid to sign Harry Kane, according to The Sun.
Having failed to win the Champions League following Saturday’s defeat to Chelsea, Pep Guardiola’s men are upping their attempts to sign the England captain and fight off competition from both Chelsea and Manchester United, who’re both keenly interested.
This comes after Kane went public about wanting to leave Spurs to compete for trophies and play in the Champions League after Tottenham failed to qualify for a second season in succession.
Daniel Levy has reportedly set an asking-price of around £150m, but City want to throw in both Sterling and Jesus to improve their chances of sealing a deal for the 27-year-old.
Sterling has fallen out of favour in recent months, with the likes of Phil Foden and Rihad Mahrez preferred in the wide roles, whilst the Brazilian has always played second fiddle to Sergio Aguero and is searching for first-team football, which would become available should Kane leave.