PSG aim to compete with Bayern Munich in Kane transfer race – as Man Utd WOULD step in for him again next year

PARIS SAINT-GERMAIN are reportedly ready to compete with Bayern Munich in the race to sign Harry Kane.

The German side are pushing hard to sign the Tottenham star, who has just one year left on his contract.

PSG could join the fight to sign Harry Kane


PSG could join the fight to sign Harry KanePhoto credit: Getty

Spurs have reportedly turned down an offer worth £70m for Bayern and the Chiefs have flown to London to hold talks with Daniel Levy.

Desperate to keep the forward, he is trying to convince him to commit to the club by offering him a huge £400,000-a-week contract.

But Bayern believe Kane wants to join them and that personal terms will not be an issue if a transfer fee is agreed.

However, new reports claim that PSG will compete with Thomas Tuchel’s side.

The Daily mail report that their presence could drive up the price for Bayern.

However, rumors suggest that they will only increase their offer up to a certain point before returning in January should Kane end his contract.

Manchester United are also reportedly interested in signing the England captain but would only sign him if the 29-year-old were a free agent next summer.

The Red Devils have now been priced a move and field Atalanta striker Rasmus Hojlund in his place.


PSG have witnessed the departure of Lionel Messi and there is uncertainty over Kylian Mbappe’s future.

The star has told the club he plans to end his contract and go on a free transfer in a year rather than go for renewal which many thought he would do.

PSG are determined not to lose him for nothing and could sell Mbappe this summer, potentially creating an opportunity for Kane.

The Spurs man is currently focused on pre-season after returning to training and flying to Australia for friendlies.

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