Harry Kane should be tempted to reunite with former supervisor Mauricio Pochettino at Paris Saint-Germain having watched Kylian Mbappe shine on the Camp Nou.
That’s the view of talkSPORT host Adrian Durham, who believes a transfer throughout the Channel for the Tottenham star is completely doable this summer time.
Regardless of one other prolific season from Kane, Spurs look set to fall properly quick within the Premier League, sitting ninth and dealing with a wrestle simply to complete inside the highest 4.
Kane is likely one of the high ten highest-scoring gamers in Premier League historical past and second on Tottenham’s all-time listing, however at 27 he’s but to win any silverware.
His future is the supply of fixed hypothesis – which has been fuelled by Pochettino’s appointment at PSG.
It’s no secret Kane and Poch have been the closest of buddies in the course of the Argentine’s 5 years at Spurs – and Durham suggests the Tottenham striker should be tempted to play alongside Mbappe and Neymar.
“Taking into account Pochettino is the supervisor of PSG, what do you suppose Harry Kane product of that final night time?
“If Kane wished to go to a different Premier League membership, Daniel Levy may make that very troublesome.
“But when Kane wished to go to PSG, or if Poch wished Kane and bought that message to him – then I feel that’s a special state of affairs altogether.
“If Poch says he desires Kane at Paris, I feel that may be made to occur, if Kane does the proper issues as regards to Tottenham and Levy.
“It will be some huge cash but it surely might completely occur this summer time, why wouldn’t he wish to go there and play as quickly as doable with a participant like Mbappe?
“Are you able to think about Neymar, Kane and Mbappe?! He’s undoubtedly assured to win titles then and he’s bought an excellent crack on the Champions League.”
Each Manchester City and Man United are identified admirers of Kane and for that cause, The Mail say Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy will need £150m earlier than contemplating promoting the £200,000-a-week striker.