Harry Kane’s representatives ‘met with PSG chief Luis Campos’ as the French giants make the Tottenham star ‘a priority’ this summer with his future increasingly uncertain
- Harry Kane’s contract at current club Tottenham is set to expire in summer 2024
- The England captain is believed to be a cheaper alternative to Victor Osimhen
- PSG have ‘identified Bernardo Silva as a possible replacement for Lionel Messi’
Harry Kane’s entourage have met with Paris Saint-Germain football advisor Luis Campos, according to reports.
The England captain‘s immediate future is the subject of much speculation with his contract up at the end of next season, and Tottenham potentially willing to cash in on their prize asset before he is able to leave for free.
He has been linked strongly with a move to Premier League rivals Manchester United, with the French titans now seemingly joining the list of admirers for the 29-year-old.
Campos is believed to have met with Kane in recent days to discuss a transfer to the French capital, according to Foot Mercato, and is thought to understand Kane’s intentions, although it remains to be seen if he can be convinced of a move.
A move for Kane is thought to have become a priority for PSG as he approached the final year of his deal at the club, with Le Parisien claiming that missing out on Robert Lewandowski last term has only strengthened the club’s need of a new No 9.
Tottenham and England star Harry Kane’s entourage have reportedly met with Luis Campos
PSG’s football advisor Campos is thought to have met with Kane to discuss a potential move
While he would be almost certain to end his trophy drought with PSG, he is within reach of Alan Shearer’s 260-goal Premier League record
The PSG chief is reported to have met with Kane’s representatives in order to sound out the player’s interest in a switch to Ligue 1.
PSG are believed to be interested in Napoli hitman Victor Osimhen after a breakout season as Serie A’s top scorer and Scudetto winner.
However – as many other clubs are believed to have been already – PSG are thought to be put off by the £130million price tag that the Italian champions have put on the Nigerian striker’s head.
Kane, in comparison, will likely be available for a lower…