According to Le Parisien, Paris Saint-Germain’s incoming head coach Luis Enrique has given the green light for the club to push ahead with a move for Harry Kane this summer.

The speculation linking Kane with a move to Paris has intensified over the last week just the reports linking the striker with Manchester United and Real Madrid have subsided.

Harry Kane

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Foot Mercato were the first to suggest on July 16 that the Ligue 1 giants could make a move for the Tottenham man, stating that they had already held a meeting with the 29-year-old’s entourage to discuss a move to the French capital.

This was followed up a couple of days later by an update from Relevo journalist Matteo Moretto, who claimed that PSG’s move for Kane was ‘gaining strength’.

However, he added that the Spurs star is not the only option on the French club’s radar, with Napoli’s Victor Osimhen and Eintracht Frankfurt’s Randal Kolo Muani also being seen as potential options.

Luis Enrique wants Harry Kane to join him at PSG

According to Le Parisien’s latest update, Kane is the preferred option for the incoming PSG boss Enrique.

The publication claims that the Spaniard is set to take over at Parc des Princes and is in ‘full agreement’ with the club’s hierarchy that the England captain should be their priority summer transfer target.

Following PSG’s meeting with Kane’s entourage last month, it is asserted that the Ligue 1 champions are now making a ‘concentrated effort’ to sign the Tottenham man.

Spurs Web Opinion

I have absolutely no concerns about losing Kane to PSG as I do not think the striker would consider moving to the Ligue 1.

The 29-year-old will likely be more than happy to run into the final year of his contract at Tottenham as he would be keeping his options open and would have all the power heading into next summer.

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