Real Bayern and PSG are chasing Kane. Last season was very bad for English club Tottenham. They finished eighth in the league. As a result, the team cannot play European football in the next season. Meanwhile, before the start of the new season, three clubs in three countries are trying to buy Harry Kane, the team’s star footballer. Among them, the French club PSG continues to try.
Although Tottenham did not perform well in the English Premier League last season, English striker Harry Kane has seen regular goals. Not only last season, the 29-year-old striker was at the top of the list of highest goal scorers in each of the last eight seasons. Due to which the big European clubs want to bring him to the team at the end of every season.
This time too, the three giant clubs of Europe, PSG, Bayern Munich and Real Madrid, tried to attract him to the team. However, like every time, the Tottenham owner has said that they do not want to sell Kane.
But the French club PSG is not giving up. Day by day, the rumors of PSG’s French star Kylian Mbappe leaving the club are getting stronger. Due to which PSG is already choosing the option of Mbappe. According to sports media RMC, PSG has already offered 85 million pounds or 100 million euros. The Parisians have already started talking with Tottenham about Harry Kane, reducing Juventus’ interest in Vlahovic.
But they are not the only team in the race to land Kane. German club Bayern Munich wants to make up for the lack of a good striker last season. As a result, Kane is their main target in the summer transfer window. And Real Madrid are also in the race to get Kane. However, Los Blancos withdrew from Kane’s bid as soon as the news of Mbappe’s transfer hit the market.
Tottenham have no plans to sell Kane. However, if a team offers more than 100 million euros, they will sell this English striker. In addition to Kane, PSG, Bayern and Manchester United are also on the list of PSG, Bayern and Manchester United in the list of Victor Osimene of Napoli, Dusan Vlahovic of Juventus and French striker Randal Kolo Muani of Eintracht Frankfurt.