The former Citizens striker would like to see a long-term addition at the Etihad Stadium, but admits the Spurs star could end up in Manchester.
Manchester City legend Shaun Goater would like to see Erling Haaland or Kylian Mbappe give ’10 years’ to the Premier League champions, but admits that Tottenham striker Harry Kane is the ‘most likely option’.
Pep Guardiola is looking for another striker, and Sergio Aguero has left the Etihad Stadium as a free agent to join Liga giants Barcelona.
Another no. 9 is needed, with large money movements being intercepted admission of City selling £ 100 million plus ($ 138 million) will be difficult.
What was said?
Ex-City frontman Goater – speaks in collaboration with FreeSuperTips – tell Purpose: “If Kane were to come, he would be a good sign, but if I look at it, I think the other two could give us more years.
‘Haaland and Mbappe give you ten years at the club, but if City are looking for an out-and-out advance, then all three are on the list.
“It will depend on whether the cost is right.” A few years ago there were rumors that Kane would end up at City, so I still think there is more chance that that will happen. I think Kane would be the most likely option. compared to Mbappe or Haaland. ‘
Would Kane be the missing piece?
it is understands City have an offer for Kane in the pipeline. His record for Tottenham and England indicates that under Guardiola he would have moved seamlessly into the kraal and could have been the man helps the Citizens end their long wait for Champions League glory.
Goater added: ‘Yes, a finish like Kane and the quality around him in a City team will be able to gel these guys.
“Harry Kane can also fall deep and cater for the wide players, and even if he drives himself wide, he has a quality cross on him. He will fit in like a perfect piece, we’re talking about world – class players, so there is no doubt he would fit in just as seamlessly.
“It will be really exciting to have Harry Kane to the Euros, and it will not be bad to bring in Jack Grealish either.”