Raheem Sterling is among five players Manchester City is willing to offer Tottenham Hotspur for the services of striker Harry Kane.
The Daily Express reports that Spurs rejected City's initial bid of £100million turned weeks ago with Daniel Levy insisting that he does not want to sell the England captain this summer.
According to the reports, City will add an extra £50m in the coming days in their second bid with The Athletic reporting that the Manchester club has proposed the idea of Gabriel Jesus, Bernardo Silva, Raheem Sterling, Aymeric Laporte and Riyad Mahrez going the other way.
The players cant be sold at once but they are the options City has placed on the table should Spurs want any of their players.
The named players want more playing time at the Etihad something that pep Guardiola can't guarantee them with Sterling having expressed his displeasure at being benched at the club.
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