Reported to be in the crosshairs of PSG, Harry Kane is set to leave the ranks of Tottenham this summer. However, not necessarily to join the Parisian club.
PSG Transfer Market: Tottenham Prepares to Live Without Harry Kane.
As Tottenham‘s all-time top scorer, Harry Kane is preparing to bid farewell to his youth club. Similar to Kylian Mbappe, the 30-year-old forward does not want to extend his contract, which expires in a year. But unlike the French star, the English international has informed his management that he wishes to leave this summer. Targeted by PSG, who ardently desires the services of a world-class number 9, the captain of the English national team is unlikely to join Luis Enrique‘s squad.
According to several reliable sources, Harry Kane is set to join Bayern Munich in a direct transfer. This information was confirmed on Friday by the manager of the London club, who is already preparing for life without his prolific scorer. “Based on the information I have, it has progressed to the point that things are indeed going to happen. The deal is imminent, and we are preparing to move forward without Harry,” stated Ange Postecoglou to journalists. In Germany, the coach of Bayern Munich is less definitive about this matter.
Thomas Tuchel Calms Everyone Regarding Harry Kane.
Placed in the sights of Paris Saint-Germain, Harry Kane is likely to join Bayern Munich. All media outlets agree that the leaders of Tottenham and their counterparts at Bayern Munich have agreed on a transfer fee of €115 million. However, on Friday, in front of the press, Thomas Tuchel admitted that the deal is well advanced, but there is no official agreement yet.
“We are working under a lot of pressure on this case. We can confirm discussions, but no official agreement has been reached at the moment. If there is no agreement, as a coach, I cannot talk to someone who is not officially my player. I understand the uncertainties. All options are open. It’s a big case. We are trying to bring the captain of England out of the Premier League,” confessed the former Paris SG coach.