• Bernardo Silva’s agents are aggressively looking for takers their client
  • Silva is seen as a great investment that Tottenham should seriously consider
  • Manchester City needs to raise $313 million to land Grealish and Kane

Manchester City knows it has to find ways to raise funds if they want to land Harry Kane.

That can only be done if they sell some players, and it appears Bernardo Silva is one of those guys.

The 26-year-old attacker is being linked to a potential move to Tottenham with Silva seemingly determined to exit the Etihad Stadium.

However, it appears that the Spurs are not the only team being considered by the Portuguese midfielder.

Reports claim that his representatives are now looking for a new club as they drum up interest for the former AS Monaco star.

Silva was christened a “phenom” by Manchester City teammate Ruben Dias, and this seems to have originated from the fact that he is a good attacking player.

He has three English Premier League wins and an EFL cup tucked under his belt while suiting up for the Citizens.

So far, he has scored 21 goals in 131 Premier League games.

As for Tottenham, Silva could be someone they may want to seriously consider. Although they will not be in the UEFA Champions League next season, he could be a good investment for their future.

With Nuno Espirito Santo now calling the shots, the 47-year-old may want to take a second look at what Silva brings.

There is no question that the Portuguese footballer is a promising prospect and could make an impact for the Hotspur in the years to come.

Manchester City signed Silva on a five-year deal worth £43 million ($59.96 million) from Monaco in 2017.

The club continues to figure out who to sacrifice, and Silva appears to be the plausible choice.

Other players linked to potential moves out of the Etihad Stadium include Riyad Mahrez, Raheem Sterling and Jesus.

Manchester City midfielder Bernardo Silva celebrates scoring at Everton Manchester City midfielder Bernardo Silva celebrates scoring at Everton Photo: POOL / Michael Regan

To land Kane, Manchester City needs to find a way to raise £160 million ($223 million).

Aside from the England skipper, the Sky Blues also have their eyes on Jack Grealish of Aston Villa.

The Citizens know that if this holds, they would have to raise more than £225 million ($313 million) to land the duo.

According to The Guardian, Manchester City has already started talks with Aston Villa on the possible acquisition of Grealish.