How Man City could line up next season with Harry Kane and Jack Grealish after transfer swoop… but will Messi follow?

PEP GUARDIOLA is reportedly looking to bolster his Manchester City squad this summer by signing Harry Kane AND Jack Grealish.

Rumours suggest the Spaniard wants to splash the cash on the Tottenham striker and Villa captain in a bid to defend the club's Premier League crown.

According to the Telegraph, the 50-year-old manager wants to sign some big players this summer – and Kane is believed to be at the top of his shortlist.

The England skipper is said to want out of Tottenham and plans to have an 'honest conversation' with club chief Daniel Levy in the coming weeks.

City are in need of a new striker with Sergio Aguero leaving the Etihad when his contract expires at the end of the season.

Guardiola is likely to replace the departing club legend with a player who can both score and create goals – and Kane certainly fits that bill.

The 27-year-old is the joint-leading scorer in the Premier League this season with 22 and has set up more goals than anyone else in the division, 13 to date.

The City boss is also believed to be a fan of Grealish and reports claim he is keen to prize him away from his boyhood club.


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The 25-year-old is Villa's talisman, inspiring Dean Smith's side to Premier League promotion in 2019 and helping them stay up last term.

Grealish has just signed a new deal at Villa Park and won't come cheap, but he certainly has the ability to play at the very top.

One player who is less likely to be in City's starting XI next season is Lionel Messi, who looks set to stay at Barcelona.

New president Joan Laporta is believed to have a good relationship with the Argentine star and is reportedly trying to sign Aguero to persuade him to stay.

Captain Fernandinho is reportedly close to signing a new one-year deal at the Etihad and is likely to remain Guardiola's primary holding midfielder.

Kyle Walker's place at right back is under scrutiny following the emergence of Joao Cancelo and it is still unclear who City's first-choice left back is.

Oleksandr Zinchenko and Benjamin Mendy are sharing the position at the moment but Guardiola may decide to sign a more consistent option this summer.

And it's hard to forget about Riyad Mahrez, Bernardo Silva and Raheem Sterling, who will all continue to play a huge role in City's fabulous squad.

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