Manchester City are reportedly prepared to offer Raheem Sterling and Gabriel Jesus in part-exchange for Tottenham Hotspur forward Harry Kane.
The England international is said to have informed Spurs chairman Daniel Levy that he wishes to take on a new challenge after making 336 appearances for the North London outfit.
Despite talk of a £100m bid being made for the 27-year-old, Levy allegedly has no intention of parting ways with the club's most prized asset this summer.
Nevertheless, according to The Times, City will persist with their efforts to sign Kane by offering two of their attackers as part of any proposal.
While Sterling made 35 starts in the Premier League and Champions League during the most recent campaign, Pep Guardiola may be open to cashing in on the 26-year-old.
Jesus would realistically play second fiddle to Kane should any move materialise, leaving City with the option of parting ways with the Brazilian.