The winter transfer window has come and gone, but that doesn’t stop the silly season that comes with the rumors and gossip from continuing.
Football is three months away from the summer transfer window from opening, and one English host is urging a Tottenham Hotspur star to depart North London.
Adrian Durham, a talkSPORT host, stated that Spurs striker Harry Kane should consider rejoining Paris Saint-Germain manager Mauricio Pochettino in the French capital.
Durham’s reasoning for this is due to Kane being 27-years-old and not having won much with Spurs. Furthermore, unless the English club wins the UEFA Europa League, playing in the UEFA Champions League competition next season is a complicated one.
“Bearing in mind Pochettino is the manager of PSG, what do you think Harry Kane made of that last night? If Kane wanted to go to another Premier League club, Daniel Levy might make that very difficult,” Durham said.
“But if Kane wanted to go to PSG, or if Poch wanted Kane and got that message to him – then I think that’s a different scenario altogether. If Poch says he wants Kane at Paris, I think that can be made to happen if Kane does the right things with regards to Tottenham and Levy.”
They currently find themselves in ninth place, six points outside of a top-four, so Spurs will need to jump over four clubs to be within striking distance of a Champions League spot.
Nonetheless, PSG already has a striker in Mauro Icardo, who has reportedly drawn interest from Juventus FC and AS Roma, so perhaps there’s a window for Kane.
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