“He’s had a couple of years in the Premier League, I’ve watched him very closely, he’s a player that I like a lot.
“The boy Sancho is obviously up there as well but if you can’t get him why not be brave and go for a player who’s played across next door and cause some stir, just stir it up a little bit. That’s what I would do.”
City boss Pep Guardiola spoke on Sane last week and claimed he may not need to replace him in the transfer market if he were to leave.
“Firstly, Leroy is our player,” said Guardiola.