PSG have joined the race to sign Harry Kane from Tottenham Hotspur this summer, as per a report from The Independent.
Tottenham striker Kane has informed the club that he intends to leave this summer as he will not be signing a new contract with the club, with his present contract set to expire in 12 months’ time.
Bayern Munich have made two approaches for the 29-year-old, both of which have been turned down by the London club. There have, however, been positive contacts between both sides, and PSG have joined the conversation.
The French giants are keen to sign a new striker this summer and see Kane as an attainable target this summer due to the very high costs of their other targets.
Harry Kane keen on move but professional about it
Kane is eager to move away from Tottenham to a club where he can win trophies regularly, and the England captain believes he can win the UEFA Champions League together with Thomas Tuchel at Bayern Munich. The striker has held talks with new manager Ange Postecoglou and will travel with the team on their preseason tour.
Bayern Munich have a gentleman’s agreement with Kane and were prepared to move forward with this knowledge, but the emergence of PSG as a viable option for the striker changes the dynamic once more as Les Parisiens can afford to blow the German club out of the water financially.
Kane looks closer than ever to a Tottenham exit this summer and will be leaving for one of PSG or Bayern Munich if he does manage to leave the club where he made a name for himself.