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Harry Kane salary at Man Metropolis could rival Kevin De Bruyne and Manchester United’s Jadon Sancho as surely one of absolute top paid gamers in Premier League if he leaves Tottenham in mountainous summer switch

Harry Kane will become one of the Premier League’s top earners if he moves to Manchester City this summer. Last month, City reportedly had a £100million proposal for England captain Kane rejected by Spurs, while it was then reported a £160m move was being planned. Getty Kane could make some huge money at City –…

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Harry Kane will turn out to be surely one of many Premier League’s high earners if he strikes to Manchester Metropolis this summer.

Closing month, Metropolis reportedly had a £100million proposal for England captain Kane rejected by Spurs, whereas it used to be then reported a £160m pass used to be being planned.

Kane could make some huge money at City – but will he go?

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Kane could construct some mountainous money at Metropolis – nonetheless will he bolt?

And whereas Metropolis retain they could well now no longer pay that type of money for one player, they're drawn to signing him and Kane needs out.

Jack Grealish, meanwhile, has been the arena of interest from the Premier League champions, who are reportedly concerned with a £100m show.

Nonetheless, Villa are believed to be preparing to present a club-document £200Adequate-a-week contract offer to retain him at Villa Park, with talkSPORT’s switch guru Alex Felony revealing he could well be having 2d thoughts over a switch closing weekend attributable to fears he could turn out to be a small bit-allotment player at the Etihad.

The Solar are reporting Pep Guardiola and his club are hoping to construct ‘progress’ of their strikes for the Spurs striker and Aston Villa captain by the weekend.

Trevor Sinclair, on the opposite hand, who made 98 appearances for Man Metropolis, is adamant his former club will be better off going for Chelsea’s £40m-rated striker Tammy Abraham over the mountainous payment mooted for Kane.

Asked by Jamie O’Hara if Sinclair would lift Abraham over Kane at Metropolis, the latter responded on Monday’s talkSPORT Breakfast: “I'd, yeah.

“He’s a young enough player and with Pep Guardiola’s teaching means and the teammates spherical him… he’s a high player.

“The season he had at Aston Villa after which he went support to Chelsea and did very effectively. He’s a handful, his trip, he appears to be like to be like to stretch the traces, he’s a finisher.

Could Abraham be a better option than Kane? Sinclair certainly thinks so

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May per chance Abraham be a larger possibility than Kane? Sinclair surely thinks so

“No player’s most sharp, especially at 22 or 23, nonetheless there’s a great deal of development there with Tammy.

“He’d be somebody I’d be very fascinating to procure at Manchester Metropolis.”

On Metropolis’s reported £160m show for Kane, Sinclair added: “It truthful goes in opposition to my principles of what I deem the club. Honestly, it in fact does.

“I truthful don’t need to procure the club going available and spending that ridiculous sum of money to bring one player in. That truthful kills it then. That you must as effectively pack up.”

Any deal for the two gamers will possible hit upon them turn out to be two of the most sharp paid gamers in the Premier League.

De Bruyne makes the most of any Premier League player right now

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De Bruyne makes the most of any Premier League player merely now

Kane will high the listing with it now truthful a case of ‘dotting the i’s and crossing the t’s’ on a large £400,00-per-week contract at the Etihad Stadium.

Nonetheless who are the various most up-to-date absolute top paid gamers in the Premier League? talkSPORT.com has identified your entire noteworthy earners…

Utilizing the reported figures, Kane would overtake Kevin de Bruyne, who picks up a fab £385,000-per-week.

Very top paid Premier League earners

If Harry Kane strikes to Manchester Metropolis then he could well be the most sharp player in the nation

10. Anthony Martial – Manchester United (£250Adequate)

9. Timo Werner – Chelsea (£270Adequate)

8. Paul Pogba – Manchester United (£290Adequate)

7. Raheem Sterling – Manchester Metropolis (£300Adequate)

6. Kai Havertz – Chelsea (£310Adequate)

5. Jadon Sancho – Manchester United (£350Adequate)

4. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang – Arsenal (£350Adequate)

3. David De Gea – Manchester United (£375Adequate)

2. Kevin De Bruyne – Manchester Metropolis (£385Adequate)

1. Harry Kane – Manchester Metropolis(£400Adequate)

*If Kane completes his pass to Man Metropolis.

After De Bruyne and Kane, Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea and Arsenal captain Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang are on £375k and £350k respectively.

The Crimson Devils’ most contemporary recruit Jadon Sancho is on £350,000-per-week.

Champions League closing goal-scorer Kai Havertz is in sixth, having signed a £310,000-per-week contract at Chelsea closing season and serving to them to take the most sharp prize in club football.

Raheem Sterling is subsequent on the listing, scooping up £300,000-per-week and £10,000 more than Paul Pogba, who's asserted to be stalling on signing at a brand contemporary deal at Ragged Trafford with Paris Saint-Germain alive to to signal him this this summer.

Timo Werner is subsequent with a weekly wage of £270,000-per week.

The cease 10 is finished by one more United player with Anthony Martial who picks up £250,000-per-week.

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