Harry Kane, still a possibility for PSG?

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PSG is actively pursuing the signing of Harry Kane to bolster their offense. While Bayern Munich are still seen as the favorite to land the striker and England international, PSG have entered the race for the Tottenham forward according to the latest information obtained by RMC Sport.

PSG's president, Nasser Al-Khelaifi, recently met with Tottenham's chairman, Daniel Levy, during a visit London of late. This has sparked optimism within PSG, and the president of the Parisian club is reportedly very positive about the prospect of having Kane in their team next season.

PSG's financial power could allow them to meet Tottenham's demand of around €100m, a fee that Bayern Munich might be willing to pay for the aging striker.

Al-Khelaifi and Levy have had regular meetings during the last few days and weeks, according to RMC. Football agent Pini Zahavi, who has a history with PSG and the Premier League, is also pushing for the transfer to happen.

Kane has expressed his desire to leave Tottenham, and Levy seems open to selling him this summer, as he doesn't want to risk losing him for free in 2024. It's believed that Tottenham won't sell Kane to another Premier League side, with Bayern and PSG the only two other suitors outside of England.

However, PSG will only make an official offer if Kane is genuinely interested in joining the French league or if Bayern leave the race.

The Parisian club is eager to convince Kane to accept the challenge of playing for PSG and helping them to win their (and Kane's, for that matter) first Champions League.

PSG have signed a plethora of players already this summer, but they still need to acquire reinforcements for their forward line, let alone if Kylian Mbappe ends up leaving Paris. The pursuit of Kane adds excitement to the transfer market although it must be said that it's still seen as a long-shot type of target.

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