Check Out “Reports say Paris Saint-Germain will challenge Bayern Munich for Tottenham’s Harry Kane.” On Thursday, Chairman Daniel Levy had a meeting with representatives from Bayern Munich, but their most recent offer of £70 million was not enough to sway his opinion that Kane is not available for purchase.

According to the Daily Mail, the presence of PSG might drive up the price of the property, which is something that many people believe will need to be at least £100 million before Levy will consider selling.

Bayern is willing to wait until January in the hopes that Kane will join them after expressing interest in doing so.

The 29-year-old player still has one year remaining on his contract with Tottenham and will be eligible to negotiate pre-contract talks with clubs outside of the United Kingdom in 2024.

If Harry Kane approaches the final six months of his contract, it is anticipated that Manchester United will re-enter the competition to sign him.

Reports Say Paris Saint-Germain Will Challenge Bayern Munich For Tottenham's Harry Kane
Reports Say Paris Saint-Germain Will Challenge Bayern Munich For Tottenham’s Harry Kane

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Chelsea striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang could be on the move – but not to Saudi Arabia.

The forward, who is 34 years old and currently out of Mauricio Pochettino’s plans, is said to be available for purchase.

It was rumored that clubs in Saudi Arabia were interested in signing him to their teams.

Sky Sports, on the other hand, has reported that the Ligue 1 club Marseille is very interested in acquiring his talents.

According to them, an official entry for the Gabon international competition should be forthcoming.

There is only one more year remaining on Aubameyang’s contract with Stamford Bridge.

Manchester City full-back Issa Kabore is poised to join Luton on loan.

The previous year, Kabore was on loan at Marseille, where he appeared in 29 games.

The club that was just promoted to the Premier League has been extremely active throughout the transfer window thus far.

Already under contract to play for Luton permanently are Tahith Chong, Mads Andersen, and Chiedozie Ogbene.