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Tottenham striker Harry Kane uninterested in PSG move amid Bayern interest

Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane has ruled out a move to Paris Saint-Germain this summer, leaving Bayern Munich in pole position to secure his signature.

PSG have been touted as a possible destination for the in-demand striker, but the Telegraph claims the England captain will turn down an approach from the French champions.

Les Parisiens are scouring the market for a new striker, with Kylian Mbappe’s long-term future far from certain amid a sour contract stand-off with the club.

PSG have several names on their shortlist, including Juventus striker Dusan Vlahovic, although the club’s fans are not particularly enthused about the possibility of that transfer.

Kane’s reluctance to move to France will come as a blow to PSG, but it hands Bayern a significant boost in their quest to land the England international.

The German champions have already seen two bids rejected by Tottenham, who are determined to pocket over £100 million if they decide to part ways with their talismanic striker.

Kane is reportedly open to every option available regarding his future, including pledging his allegiance to Tottenham – although there is currently no indication that the striker will take that route.

Tottenham are prepared to hand Kane a new contract worth £400,000 per week and discuss a post-playing career at the club, but he has shown no intention of signing a new deal this summer.

Spurs know they may have to sell Kane if he does not sign a new deal or lose him for free next year. Despite that realisation, the club have refused to lower their demands.

Manchester United had identified Kane as a priority target. But they were priced out of a deal, meaning Kane’s options are to remain at Spurs or move to Bayern if they present an acceptable proposal.

The Kane saga could go down to the final stages of the summer transfer window, but every passing day either leaves Tottenham with less time to replace the 29-year-old or takes them one step closer to losing him for free.

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