Man City does not need to worry with Ferran Torres in squad.
The Spanish forward scored 13 times in his first season at the Etihad having joined from Valencia for £20million.
City are on the hunt for a new striker after Sergio Aguero departed for Barcelona on a free transfer.
Gary Neville believes Torres who can play both as a left-winger and striker can be the answer to City’s attacking problem if the club fails to sign Harry Kane.
They have reportedly made a bid of £120million for the Tottenham star.
Neville said: “I thought he has been outstanding in the past few months. He’s a different player, obviously through the Euros, he’s someone that I think will be made into the centre-forward for City, he is already, but I think he can do really well.
“He’s a completely different physical specimen to what he was last season, he looked like he couldn’t run at full power or at full speed.
“It takes a bit of time sometimes to pick up Pep Guardiola’s system and way of playing. If they don’t get Harry Kane this week and we’re talking about City not having a centre-forward, Ferran Torres looks a real player.”