Man City were determined to sign Harry Kane last summer.
The England captain was almost on his way to the Etihad but a move failed to materialise in the summer.
Man City were desperate to sign a new striker following the departure of Sergio Aguero and Kane was on top of their wishlist.
By the end, Harry Kane pledged his loyalty to Tottenham and Lucas Moura explains how the transfer saga created tension in the dressing room for a few weeks.
“Harry has an absurd connection not only with Tottenham but with the English fan,” Moura told ESPN, via Sport Witness. “Undoubtedly one of the greatest players in England in recent years.
“When all this noise came out on the market, everyone was apprehensive. We even got a little tense, because losing a player of his quality is really difficult. Hard to even replace, to find another one on the market. And it would be a great loss for us.
“I thought he was going. Because of everything that was said, all the noise that was created. But in the end it all worked out, he stayed with us.”