According to RMC Sport, PSG has entered the market for Tottenham striker Harry Kane.
They assert that the Parisians have made the acquisition of a striker this summer an essential priority and that a club delegation met with Spurs chairman Daniel Levy last week to explore a potential transfer for England captain.
According to other reports, Kane has not yet been persuaded to transfer to Ligue 1 and the French capital; instead, Bayern Munich, which has so far failed to entice him with two offers, remains his top preference.
Kane’s camp is also rumoured to have a fresh meeting with PSG arranged for next week, where the club will lay out a plan to help him succeed.
While Bayern may now be ahead, PSG has the financial edge since it can pay Spurs a higher transfer price and give Kane a larger salary, according to RMC.
The focus of the Ligue 1 champions would go to Juventus’ Dusan Vlahovic and Eintracht Frankfurt striker Randal Kolo Muani if Kane is not bought.
PSG is ruminating on Kylian Mbappé’s future as they search for a replacement No. 9.