Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola refused to rule out a move for unsettled Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane.
Guardiola was speaking after City’s surprise 3-2 defeat to Brighton in the Premier League on Tuesday night, though there was little to play for as City prepare for the Champions League final against Chelsea, with the league already won.
City are set to find a replacement for the outgoing Sergio Aguero this summer, and have been linked to Erling Haaland, amongst others. Kane is also reportedly a target and he is believed to have put in a request to leave Tottenham this summer.
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Asked about the possibility of signing Kane in the forthcoming transfer window, Guardiola did not deny his interest, saying: "Next question. He's a Tottenham player, please."
He also praised the energy on show from Graham Potter’s Brighton side,
"After 0-2 we conceded so quickly, they pushed a lot, we couldn’t keep the ball, and unfortunately we lost," he said.

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19/10/2021 AT 20:05