PSG looking to beat both Manchester clubs to Harry Kane signing

Both Manchester sides will reportedly face fierce competition from Ligue 1 giants Paris-Saint Germain for Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane.

Kane, 27, has spent the vast majority of his career at Spurs since joining their youth academy all the way back in 2004.

Following several successful loan spells as a youngster, Kane soon forced his way into his side’s first team and if truth be told, hasn’t looked back since.

Since making his senior debut in 2011, Kane has gone on to rack up 217 goals in 329 appearances, in all competitions.

Touted as one of football’s greatest ever strikers, particularly in the Premier League, Kane’s public desire to lift major silverware continues to see his long-term future speculated.

Spurs’ current plight is well-documented and with the Londoners now major outsiders to qualify for next season’s Champions League, suggestions Kane could move this summer are really ramping up.

Although strongly linked with a move for the England international after being rumoured to be in the market for a new striker, United, alongside rivals City, could be set to miss out on Spurs’ prolific marksman.

According to a recent report from the Independent, Paris-Saint Germain, managed by Kane’s former manager Mauricio Pochettino, have now joined the transfer race.

It has been claimed that should French attacker Kylian Mbappe move on, the Parsiens will turn their attention to Kane – in a deal that has the potential to see the 27-year-old become one of football’s most expensive players – ever.

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