Tottenham wants Manchester City forward Gabriel Jesus to be included in the Harry Kane transfer

According to reports, Manchester City may try to entice Harry Kane away from Tottenham in a player-plus-cash deal that would see Gabriel Jesus move the other way. Tottenham could be interested in selling Kane if Manchester City makes a bid of about £70 million, as well as Gabriel Jesus, who Spurs believe is worth £70 million.

Citizens may be willing to include Dutch international Nathan Ake in a trade for Kane, but the Eastlands club is hesitant to include Jesus. Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola would be hesitant to move Jesus due to the importance of the Brazilian striker to the Premier League champions.

Kane recently expressed his desire to quit Tottenham Hotspur, who will miss out on Champions League football for the second season in a row after finishing seventh in the Premier League. The England captain, who won the Premier League Golden Boot for the third time in 2020/21, is yet to win a trophy with the club where he made his debut nearly a decade ago.

Tottenham’s issue is compounded by the fact that the club still does not have a manager, despite suggestions that Mauricio Pochettino may return. Kane could still be persuaded to stay at Tottenham, with Mauricio Pochettino emerging as a prospective successor to his own replacement in North London, Jose Mourinho, who was ousted in April.

The 27-year-old had a wonderful relationship with Pochettino, with whom he reached the 2019 Champions League final and finished second in the Premier League two years ago.

Meanwhile, in 29 Premier League games this season, Jesus scored nine goals and provided four assists to help Eastlands win the title.

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