The Tottenham Hotspur striker is keen to leave Spurs this summer and has made his desire to play elsewhere known to Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy.
But the Spurs chief is reluctant to let his star man leave this summer and has put a £150 million price tag on the striker who won the golden boot last season.
But according to the Sun, Manchester City are willing to do all it takes to sign the 27-year-old Kane to the Etihad this summer and are willing to sacrifice Sterling and Gabriel Jesus to push the deal over the line.
Sterling, who joined City in 2015 from Liverpool, has enjoyed much success during his City career. But despite scoring 14 goals this season, he has struggled to nail down a place and is now considered dispensable at the Etihad.
His teammate Gabriel Jesus also hit 14 goals this season but is not guaranteed regular game time due to Guardiola’s preference for playing a hybrid forward.
However, Pep Guardiola sees Harry Kane as an ideal replacement for the departed Sergio Aguero and is willing to make him an integral part of his new City team next season.