Tottenham Hotspur striker, Harry Kane, has openly stated that he would be open to a move away from North London if the club isn’t headed in the right direction and competing for trophies.
In a recent article from the Evening Standard, journalist Dan Kilpatrick named the big clubs in Europe that could afford Kane if he does push for a move once the transfer window opens up.
The usual suspects are all listed, FC Barcelona, Inter Milan, Liverpool, Manchester City, etc. Then there’s Paris Saint-Germain. Could they really use a player like Kane?
First of all, Icardi is at PSG via a loan from Inter Milan and the Parisians have an option to buy, but there’s been no indication that they want to do that.
Secondly, Icardi hasn’t impressed since the start of 2020 and didn’t play at all in the two games against Borussia Dortmund in the Round of 16 of the UEFA Champions League. He got off to a great start in the French capital but has tailed off significantly.
If PSG chooses not to sign him permanently, which would cost approximately €70 million, PSG would be left with two world-class wingers in Neymar Jr. and Kylian Mbappé and no striker to lead the attack (Edinson Cavani is expected to leave after his contract expires in June). In my opinion, a healthy Harry Kane would fit in very well at PSG with those two players alongside him.