MANCHESTER CITY could potentially go from having no strikers to boasting two of the most lethal finishers on the planet.

Harry Kane and Erling Haaland are both on City's radar to replace the departing Ferran Torres, reports suggest.


City won't sign a Torres replacement in January, but will instead wait to bring in a marquee signing up front in the summer, according to ESPN.

And it's claimed the club 'still hold an interest' in Kane, after failing to sign the England captain six months ago.

Chairman Daniel Levy remained staunch in his desire to keep Kane, rejecting an initial £120m bid from City earlier on this year.

With a price tag of £150m putting off the Premier League champions and player-plus-cash proposals failing to get off the ground, a deal failed to materialise.

But after a stuttering first half to the season Kane could once again look to force a move.

The 28-year-old has scored just four times in 16 Prem games this campaign, although three in his last three suggest he is starting to recapture some form.

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However, if Spurs once again fail to qualify for the Champions League then another offer from the league leaders could be hard to turn down.

It's also reported that Haaland is among Pep Guardiola's list of targets for next summer.

The 21-year-old is believed to be available for a bargain £68million at the end of the season.

Borussia Dortmund are desperate for their star man to stay, and are preparing a club-record contract offer in a bid to keep him at the club.

His future is set to be decided in February after Dortmund have made their pitch to Haaland and his representatives.

But after scoring 76 goals in just 75 games for Dortmund the striker is being chased by a host of Europe's top clubs.

SunSport exclusively revealed that City are well aware of the kind of money needed to sign the Norwegian — and are pressing ahead with their plans.

Haaland's agent, Mino Raiola, is understood to be demanding £47million in commission for a deal involving his client, but City are undeterred by the figure.

The club are set to face stiff competition for his signature though, with cross-city rivals Manchester United also keen on a deal.

Elsewhere in the Premier League Liverpool and Chelsea have been credited with an interest in Haaland.

While in Europe the hitman is also being monitored by the likes of Real Madrid, Barcelona, Bayern Munich, Juventus and PSG.

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