Manchester City will offer Tottenham Hotspur two first team players in its bid to land Harry Kane this summer, The Sun UK reports.
It is understood that the two players Man City will offer to force the deal are Raheem Sterling and Gabriel Jesus.
Man City are determined to beat Manchester United and Chelsea to the signing of Kane.
Kane, valued at £150million, informed Tottenham of his desire to leave the club in order to win trophies last month.
Man City hope that by including Sterling and Jesus as part of the deal, they would be able to bring the overall fee for the England international down.
Both Sterling and Jesus scored 14 goals each for Man City this season.
Meanwhile, Kane was keen to join Pep Guardiola’s side last summer, but Tottenham chairman, Daniel Levy, refused to grant him a switch to the Premier League champions.
Kane still has three years remaining on his current contract with Tottenham.
The forward has scored over 200 goals for Tottenham but has no title to his name.