However, according to the Manchester Evening News, Man City's hopes of signing Kane will end if they manage to secure Grealish's signature.
The report claims that a move for the England captain 'will not be financially viable', as the club would then have to break the British transfer record for a second time in quick succession to sign the striker.
Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy is believed to value the 28-year-old in the region of £160m, and the North London club are in a strong position to negotiate, with Kane on a contract until June 2024.
The forward scored four times in seven appearances at this summer's European Championship, as the Three Lions reached the final of the competition before losing to Italy. body check tags ::