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Manchester City may not have signed any player so far this summer but it could be because of the fact that they are most likely planning a major double swoop for two of England's players Harry Kane and Jack Grealish. City manager Pep Guardiola is a huge fan of the Teo players and has been working with the club's board to ensure that they conclude a deal for the two players. However, they may be forced to stick to signing just one of them in order to avoid Financial Fairplay consequences. The Etihad club were strongly linked with a move for Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane and they also tabled a bid of £100 million to sign him but Spurs would not sell.

Recently, while there has been less talk about them signing Kane this summer, the talks about them signing Grealish have intensified and the rumors are continuing to grow thicker and bigger in the last few days. They have been reported to have submitted a £100 million bid (the same amount they reportedly tabled for Kane some weeks ago) to Aston Villa for the attacking midfielder and the Villans are expected to accept the offer in the coming days, according to a report from Sky Sports.

Corry Evans has revealed that a Manchester City love for Jack Grealish will surely make the team more formidable than they already are and they could be marching away with the English Premier League title again this season. Evans said that Guardiola would turn Grealish into a better player than he already is and he could form a deadly partnership with star midfielder Kevin de Bruyne as well.

Grealish wants the big move to happen this summer after missing out on a possible transfer to Manchester United at the end of last season.