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PSG confident they are ‘in the mix’ to sign Harry Kane

Paris Saint-Germain believe they are ‘in the mix’ to sign Harry Kane this summer as speculation continues about his Tottenham future.

Kane has just one year remaining on his deal at Tottenham and has been linked with Manchester United and Bayern Munich in recent months.


Manchester United have seemingly cooled their interest given Spurs’ valuation of their player, while Bayern Munich have already seen two bids knocked back for the 30-year-old.

It has been reported by a number of sources that Bayern representatives are set to fly to London on Friday for talks with Spurs, though according to Sky Sports reporter Kaveh Solhekol, Paris Saint-Germain also believe they are ‘in the mix’ to sign the England captain.

The Ligue 1 side are on the lookout to sign a new striker this summer, and have made a bid to sign Manchester United target Rasmus Hojlund, though any potential move for Kane will be ‘considered and rational’.

“PSG believe they are in the mix to sign Harry Kane this summer if Tottenham decide to sell the England captain,” Solhekol said.

“While Kane is on PSG’s list of targets, PSG insiders have made it clear that they are not going to get into a bidding war for Harry Kane, and any approach would be considered and rational.

“They are also aware of reports that Kane is not interested in moving to France, and any move from PSG would be driven by signals from the player’s camp, and also from Tottenham that a deal could be done.

“Now, as far as Tottenham are concerned, their position has been clear all summer: ‘The player is not for sale’. He’s got 12 months left on his contract, and the player himself has never come out and said he wants to leave Tottenham.

“As far as PSG are concerned, their president, Nasser Al-Khelaifi, has a good relationship with Daniel Levy, the chairman of Spurs. I believe there is a lot of mutual respect between the two men, and it’s no secret that PSG are looking for a striker this summer. We told you earlier today, L’Equipe were the first to report this morning that they’ve made a €50 million bid to Atalanta for Rasmus Hojlund, the player that Manchester United are also trying to sign.

“Of course, in the background, we know that Bayern Munich have been trying hard to sign Kane as well, and according to Sky Germany, Bayern Munich’s chief executive, Jan-Christian Dreesen, and their technical director, Marco Neppe, want to meet Daniel Levy this week.”

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