Manchester City will consider moves for Harry Kane AND Erling Haaland in the summer transfer window, according to ESPN.
Man City headed into the season with Gabriel Jesus being the only natural striker in the squad, with Sergio Aguero having departed to Barcelona before later retiring.
Spanish international Ferran Torres has also been fielded through the middle on occasion, but he has also now joined Barcelona, leaving Pep Guardiola with even fewer selection options.
Considering Man City will be competing on all fronts again, you could forgive Guardiola for considering the recruitment of a new striker high on his list of priorities for January.
However, ESPN report that no striker will be signed this winter, rather the champions will stack their cash as they prepare to move for Harry Kane and Erling Haaland in the summer.
Both Kane and Haaland are ranked among the finest strikers on the planet, so the prospect of Man City signing either of them will strike fear into their Premier League counterparts.
Whether they will be successful in signing either of them, and whether their decision not to do so in January will prove costly, are two things that only the future can tell us.