The Portuguese midfielder may have to be “sacrificed” by Manchester City to finance the hiring of the English striker from Tottenham.
According to the The Sun, to ensure the transfer of Harry Kane, Manchester City will have to sacrifice one of the “stars” of the team and the British newspaper advances that Bernardo silva could be the chosen player.
This Friday, it had already been reported that the English striker, from Tottenham, could reach the citizens by 160 million pounds, about 187 million euros. If this value is confirmed, it will be the second largest transfer in history.
According to the same daily, the sales of Riyad Mahrez and Gabriel Jesús also entered the equation, however, the Portuguese international seems to have been chosen, as he also expressed the desire to play in spain.
Bernardo Silva, 26, arrived at City in 2017 from Monaco. In recent years, his name has been associated with Spanish clubs such as Atlético de Madrid and Barcelona, recalls The Sun.
At the service of the English emblem, the Portuguese striker won three championships, one FA Cup, four League Cups and one Super Cup.
To confirm the hiring of Kane, who is in the spurs since 2009, the player will become the highest paid player gives Premier League, with an annual salary of 16 million euros, about double what he currently earns, according to the English press.