HARRY KANE is poised to join Man City in a blockbuster £160m transfer, SunSport can exclusively reveal.
Elsewhere, Chelsea will have to shell out £100m if they want to bring Declan Rice across London from West Ham.
And the Blues are also reported to have made an offer for Federico Chiesa of Juventus while allowing Olivier Giroud to leave for AC Milan.
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Crystal Palace have rivalled Leicester by making a move for Schalke defender Ozan Kabak, according to reports.
The Eagles are in talks with Schalke over a fee for the Turk, after the German side reduced their asking price to around £10-£12million, report The Guardian.
Kabak spent the second half of last season on loan at Liverpool but the Reds declined to take up the option to make the move permanent for £18m.
Bayern Munich star Leon Goretzka's representatives are 'irritated' over 'slow' contract negotiations, says Sports Blid.
The star has emerged as a target for Real Madrid and Barcelona, as well as a host of Premier League clubs.
But seemingly Manchester United are in pole position to snap up the Bayern star.
Reports in Germany state United have tabled a ‘concrete offer’ to the ace for him to join them when he becomes a free agent in June.
Chelsea starlet Dujon Sterling could be set for a first-team role after impressing during pre-season.
And the 21-year-old is reportedly in talks with the club over a contract extension.
According to Goal, Sterling has received plenty of 'positive feedback' from boss Thomas Tuchel since his arrival.
And the club are keen to extend his contract beyond its current 2022 expiry date.
MAUR TO COME
Mauricio Pochettino has signed a new Paris Saint-Germain contract.
The former Spurs boss, who was linked with a return to London this summer, will remain in France until at least 2023.
PSG have been very active in the transfer market so far, signing Gianluigi Donnarumma, Georginio Wijnaldum, Achraf Hakimi and Sergio Ramos.
And Poch is now ready to lead them for a further two years.
Arsenal will land a cash boost when former academy talent Donyell Malen completes his move from PSV Eindhoven to Borussia Dortmund.
The Gunners are set to receive £250,000 when the £25million move goes through due to a one per cent solidarity payment clause in his contract.
The Dutch star, who started off his career at Ajax, failed to shine for Arsenal and was offloaded for £500,000 to PSV in 2017.
Male is expected to replace Jadon Sancho after his Man United move and NOT Chelsea target Erling Haaland.
Tottenham could lose Harry Kane to Manchester City in a record £160million transfer.
But Nuno Espirito Santo’s side look set to reinvest most of it in new faces.
Is this how Spurs will look under the new boss next term?
FROM SUNSPORT’S MARK IRWIN
Arsenal will not be offering a new contract to Alex Lacazette and are inviting bids for their former record signing.
French international Lacazette, 30, is now in the final year of his £175,000-a-week Emirates deal and will become a free agent next summer.
Arsenal are trying to find a buyer willing to pay a fee in the region of £15million as well as Lacazette’s substantial salary.
And they will only follow up their interest in Chelsea striker Tammy Abraham if Lacazette leaves this summer.
BEES GO EXTRA MYLES
Myles Peart-Harris has completed a move to Premier League new boys Brentford from Chelsea.
The teenage midfielder has agreed a move across London to sign a four-year deal with the Bees.
Peart-Harris had almost ten years with Chelsea and the 18-year-old spent last season playing at youth team and development squad level.
The talented attacking midfielder scored seven goals in 13 Premier League Two appearances last season.
He also featured for Chelsea Under-21 in the Papa John's Trophy, scoring 11 goals in 23 appearances across all competitions.
TOTT OF THE LIST
Tottenham are on the brink of losing star man Harry Kane this summer - and will now be forced to desperately scramble for a replacement.
Spurs supremo Daniel Levy finally agreed to let the 27-year-old England star join a Premier League rival.
Kane requested a summer move as early as May with Manchester City now believed to be readying a £160million move.
But for Tottenham they will have to consider where to reinvest that £160m.
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Barcelona are reportedly considering offers for Antoine Griezmann with the club ramping up efforts to clear its enormous wage bill.
Blaugrana president Joan Laporta said: "Griezmann is a Barca player, he has a contract with the club until 2024 and, unless circumstances change, we are counting on him.
"There have been some movements on the market and we can't deny that there's been interest in him. That's a sign of his quality.
"It's a special market and you have to use your imagination, perhaps thinking in swap deals, but we value Antoine a lot. The club made a big investment in him and we are happy with him.
"It's not easy for a club to come in with an offer for a player at his level. But the transfer window is just getting started and there's a market for Griezmann.
"If things start moving, we're open to all proposals because we're in a delicate moment financially and we have to balance the books to comply with the league's financial fair play rules."
The Community Shield between Manchester City and Leicester is set to have '100 per cent capacity at Wembley'.
The curtain-raiser for the new season will be given the go-ahead to host 90,000 fans.
According to talkSPORT, Wembley will be able to host a sell-out crowd for the Community Shield on August 7.
Wembley was allowed at least 22,000 fans for the Euro 2020 matches held at the famous stadium this summer.
More than 60,000 fans were permitted for England's semi-final against Denmark and the final defeat to Italy.
But the government ignored calls to increase the capacity for England's first appearance in a European Championship final.
MONARCH OF THE GLEN
Arsenal are reportedly eyeing up a shock move for former academy star Glen Kamara.
The 25-year-old, who recently helped Rangers win the Scottish Premiership, featured once for the Gunners before departing in 2017.
And according to the GiveMeSport, Arsenal could turn to the Finland international if they fail to secure the services of Ruben Neves.
The news outlet states that the midfielder is valued at around £10million.
Kamara still has two years left to run on his contract at Ibrox.
RON HIS WAY?
Cristiano Ronaldo will decide his Juventus future in the next couple of days, according to reports.
The 36-year-old has just one year left on his contract and his future is believed to depend on whether Kylian Mbappe stays at Paris Saint-Germain.
According to Italian newspaper Corriere dello Sport, Ronaldo is expected to arrive in Turin very shortly to discuss his future with Juventus.
The forward, who is currently on holiday in Mallorca, reportedly wants to find a new club but his options are limited.
Paris is thought to be the only realistic destination, although it's believed the French club will NOT make a move unless Mbappe leaves.
The 22-year-old striker has just a year remaining on his existing deal and rumours suggest he wants to join Real Madrid.
Mbappe's departure would pave the way for Ronaldo to join PSG - yet the Spanish giants are said to be having financial difficulties.
PSG striker Kylian Mbappe will reportedly snub a new contract despite the club looking to bring in Paul Pogba from Manchester United.
According to Marca, the 2018 World Cup winner will refuse to sign a new deal in order to join the LaLiga giants on a free transfer in 2022.
The French news outlet claims PSG were hoping that a possible move for his compatriot Pogba could convince Mbappe to extend his stay.
PSG are keen to prise the former Juventus ace away from Old Trafford with the midfielder also in the last year of his deal.
And he could be available on a cut-price deal if the Red Devils are forced to sell him to avoid losing him for nothing.
But despite his potential switch back to his homeland, it will not be enough to convince Mbappe his future lies in Paris.
Man Utd have announced the signing of Jadon Sancho from Borussia Dortmund on a long-term deal.
The 21-year-old has joined on a five-year deal with the Red Devils having the option to keep him at Old Trafford until 2027.
Sancho chipped in with 50 Bundesliga goals and 64 assists during his time with BVB.
Man City have taken a huge step forward in their pursuit of England stars Harry Kane and Jack Grealish.
On Thursday evening, Tottenham supremo Daniel Levy finally agreed to let Kane, 27, join a Premier League rival.
And now it seems he will finally leave, with City believed to be preparing a £160million swoop.
The Etihad side are also set to offer Kane a staggering £400,000-a-week to seal the deal, but Kane is not the only Euro 2020 hero on Pep Guardiola's wish-list.
The Spanish boss is also targeting Aston Villa captain Grealish, 25, to bolster his attacking ranks.
Here's how the Citizens could line-up next season.
AC Milan have turned up the heat in their pursuit of Hakim Ziyech following their successful swoop for ex-Blues frontman Olivier Giroud.
The Serie A side are eyeing a temporary deal for the Chelsea forward as a less pricey option than their other targets, according to Calciomercato.
Ziyech, 28, has been heavily linked with a Milan move with reports in Italy claiming the Blues star is a dream target for Stefano Pioli’s side.
The attacking midfielder, who sealed a £36.7million move to Stamford Bridge from Ajax in July 2020, is thought to have fallen down the pecking order at Chelsea.
With Christian Pulisic, Kai Havertz, Mason Mount and Timo Werner thought to be ahead of the forward, reports claim opportunities for him could be limited next season.
Champions League hopefuls Paris Saint-Germain are interested in signing Paul Pogba, according to reports.
PSG are believed to be considering a £40million bid for the 28-year-old, although Man Utd reportedly want £50m.
Should Pogba complete a move to the French capital, he could play alongside Georginio Wijnaldum, 30, after his move from Liverpool.
The France international could also play in a more advanced role, with Italian midfielder Marco Verratti, 28, joining Wijnaldum in the middle.
Here's how Les Parisiens could line-up.
Chelsea are reportedly considering a move for Paris Saint-Germain defender Presnel Kimpembe.
Sergio Ramos has joined PSG on a free transfer and Chelsea are hoping Kimpembe is made available.
According to L'Equipe, Champions League winners Chelsea are eyeing up a potential move for Kimpembe.
PSG strengthened their defence this summer by signing legendary Real Madrid and Spain star Ramos.
Despite Chelsea's interest in Kimpembe, there are reportedly a number of factors which could hinder a transfer.
Kimpembe is contracted at PSG for another three years and the vice-captain has a strong affinity to his boyhood club.
Tammy Abraham looks certain to leave his boyhood club Chelsea this summer.
The club he supported growing up, Arsenal, are believed to be interested - as well as West Ham.
EXCLUSIVE: CASH AND HARRY
Manchester City need to get rid of just ONE star to fund a sensational double swoop for Harry Kane and Jack Grealish, writes MARTIN BLACKBURN.
And Portuguese midfielder Bernardo Silva looks set to be the one sacrificed as boss Pep Guardiola freshens up his Premier League champions.
The Sun reveals today that England skipper Kane, 27, is poised for a British record £160million move if Spurs chairman Daniel Levy rubber stamps the deal.
The Etihad giants know it will cost upwards of £225m to land Kane and Aston Villa’s Grealish, with the Spurs man set to earn an eye-watering £400,000-a-week at his new club.
But there will be no fire sale needed from Guardiola’s squad to raise the cash.
'IT'S A DREAM'
Former Man Utd player and now Barcelona newboy Memphis Depay has said "it's a dream" to be able to play alongside Lionel Messi.
Barca announced the signing of Depay some time ago, but he was announced officially at the Nou Camp yesterday.
The prospect of playing alongside Messi excites Depay.
He said: "It's a dream [to play alongside Messi].
"Watching all his games, he's a legend. I don't need to say much. The best player in the world.
"You see what he did in the Copa America so I'm looking forward to playing with him.
"I think everybody in the world would like to play with a player like him. Yesterday I had tour in the museum and you see all the Ballon d'Ors he's won, and there'll probably be another one soon."