Paris Saint-Germain wants to keep Moise Kean as the squad’s striker. Furthermore, the 21-year-old has reportedly made it known that he would like to remain with the capital club.
Nonetheless, Everton FC is asking for a reported transfer of €50-million, per Calciomercato. Furthermore, Juventus FC is looking to bring back their young talented forward, who they initially sold to The Toffees.
Although Kean is someone they want to keep, PSG sporting director Leonardo will not put all his eggs in one basket. One name that Les Parisiens continue to be linked to is Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane.
The 27-year-old has yet to win a trophy in his career. As a result, Kane might not want to spend his time with Spurs as he enters the latter stages of his prime years. The Daily Mail (via Paris Fans) reports that Kane weighs his options on what he plans to do with his future.
Various clubs around Europe, such as the French giants, would pursue Kane. However, the English media outlet reports that Spurs chairman Daniel Levy wants €175-million, a rich price that not many will pay.
In the end, Kane might have to force his way out if he wants to win as Spurs could miss the UEFA Champions League for a second straight season.
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