The future of striker Harry Kane is attracting special attention through the pursuit of Bayern Munich this summer. After Spurs turned down an initial bid of £56m, Bayern are preparing to submit another £68m offer. In that ambiguous context, the French giant, PSG, jumped into the race for the signature of the captain of the England team.
According to multiple sources, both coach Luis Enrique and PSG president Nasser Al-Khelaifi are eager to sign a deal with Kane quickly. Specifically, PSG held talks with Kane’s representatives and offered him a five-year contract with a salary of around £260,000 a week. It should be known that Kane has only one year left on his Spurs contract, but Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy is adamant not to sell him a club in England.
Meanwhile, PSG are looking for a new striker, after Kylian Mbappe looked to leave. According to L’Equipe, a number of players have complained to Khelaifi about Mbappe’s behavior recently. The striker decried PSG as just a “divisive” club and “attracts gossip” in a recent media interview.