After being linked to PSG for a considerable time during the transfer window, Harry Kane appears to be on the verge of joining Bayern Munich. An agreement between Tottenham and Bayern was reached on Thursday, with Kane confirming the move on Friday.
In light of this development and already expecting the move to the Bundesliga would happen, PSG secured their new center-forward, Goncalo Ramos, on a loan deal from Benfica.
Sports outlet The Athletic revealed that Bayern Munich, after some seemingly never-ending negotiations, have successfully convinced Tottenham to part ways with their top goalscorer ever.
The deal is expected to be finalized with Bayern paying "just over €100m" for Kane. Now, the final decision rests with the English striker, although it's considered fait accompli at this point.
Kane, with less than a year left on his contract at Tottenham, made his decision more than a few months ago and will give his approval to join the German club this summer with the transfer potential getting done by the end of the weekend.
With Kane entirely out of the picture, PSG will now focus on securing a transfer for France international and fellow Bundesliga player Randal Kolo Muani of Eintracht Frankfurt.
The fact that Bayern already found their new no. 9 should help PSG as the German giants were seen as a potential threat in the transfer saga of RKM having shown interest in the player earlier this summer.