Kane has raised the prospect of a move to Guardiola's City, naming De Bruyne as a perfect team-mate
Tottenham Hotspur forward Harry Kane has hinted at a move to Manchester City as speculation mounts over his future, calling the champions' star midfielder Kevin De Bruyne a "striker's dream".
Kane has reportedly told Spurs he wants to leave at the end of the season and the England captain has been linked with City, Manchester United and Chelsea.
Kane has now raised the prospect of a move to Pep Guardiola's title winners, naming City's De Bruyne as a perfect team-mate.
City are reported to be interested in signing the 27-year old, but Spurs will not let their talisman go without a fight, especially as he is under contract for the next three years.
Kane is determined to stay in the Premier League and when asked by former Manchester United defender Gary Neville which player would help him score more goals he replied De Bruyne.
Kane has scored 165 Premier League goals, 95 behind all-time top scorer Alan Shearer, and he wants to topple the former Blackburn Rovers and Newcastle United striker.
The forward, who has 22 top-flight goals this season, told Gary Neville's YouTube channel The Overlap that injuries were the main threat to his ambition to break the record.
Kane has been involved in two Premier League title races with Spurs, has lost two League Cup finals, and was on the defeated side in the 2019 Champions League final.
The forward admits the club missed opportunities to win silverware under former boss Mauricio Pochettino, who is now in charge at Paris Saint-Germain, and challenged Spurs chairman Daniel Levy to deliver quality additions to help rebuild.
Managerless Tottenham, who have missed out on the Premier League's top four for a second successive season, look unlikely even to qualify for the Europa League ahead of their final league match against Leicester City Sunday.