With less than a week to go until Deadline Day, Manchester City will make one last attempt to sign their top target in the summer transfer window
Pep Guardiola’s side responded well to their disappointing 1-0 defeat against Spurs on the opening weekend, with an emphatic 5-0 win over Norwich at the Etihad.
The Premier League champions clinched the signing of Jack Grealish for a British record £100million fee earlier in the month, but they are still in pursuit of their main target.
City have been linked with a move to sign Kane all summer, but time is running out – with less than a week to go before the transfer window door slams shut.
With six days to go until Deadline Day, here Mirror Football rounds up the latest transfer news from the Etihad.
Levy could refuse £150million
Daniel Levy has reportedly changed his stance on Harry Kane’s transfer to City and he may now even refuse a £150million offer, according to the Irish Independent.
The wantaway striker has been pushing for a move all summer but Spurs and City have not reached an agreement as of yet.
The Telegraph reported on Monday that the champions are set to make one final bid for the 28-year-old before the window closes next week.
Kane returned to the Spurs squad last week and come off the bench in the 1-0 win against Wolves at Molineux on Sunday.
Competition for Silva
Spanish duo Barcelona and Atletico Madrid have reportedly expressed an interest in Bernando Silva.
90min says both clubs would prefer to sign the Portuguese midfielder on loan, with a view to a permanent deal.
Meanwhile, football journalist Ekrem Konur reported on Tuesday that City had already agreed personal terms with Italian giants AC Milan to sign the Portuguese star.
However, Fabrizio Romano also said on Tuesday that no agreement had been reached with any club.
Juventus not interested in Laporte
Juventus are not interested in signing Aymeric Laporte this summer, according to Romano.
The 27-year-old had been linked with a move to the Italian but they have now ruled themselves out of the race.
Romano also said that Spurs the defender as part of a deal involving Kane, but the north London club declined the offer.