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More problems for Tottenham, an unexpected rival breaks into the race for Harry Kane

By Liam Styles

The Tottenham owner would avoid him to sign for an English club at any cost 

The Tottenham owner would avoid him to sign for an English club at any cost 

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Tottenham Hotspurs could find even more troubles in the Harry Kane transfer saga, which could still be living some more episodes since the player hasn’t signed his renewal with Tottenham yet and the club’s owner Daniel Levy is monitoring the options he has to convince the player to stay or sell him in the next few weeks.

According to the English press, Kane would have been targeted by PSG, who could have lost the race to sign the player even if the French club is ready to make a huge offer for Kane, as the player himself would have been reported to have rejected the Parisian team as the next destination in his career.

In that sense, Bayern Munchen would have been set as the favorite to sign Kane, as the Bavarian team would be the preferred option by the player according to the German site BILD, despite Bayern wouldn’t have reached the price set by Tottenham to sell the player and would have had 2 offers rejected by the London team, who expects at least 100 million to get the player. However, a new candidate to sign Kane would join the race according to the English press, and they would go seriously wild for him soon.

The last guest to join the race for Kane is not an English club

The last team being interested in signing Harry Kane would be totally unexpected by the football fans. Despite Manchester United or Chelsea having shown interest in the player, it seems that the Tottenham owner, Daniel Levy would try to avoid at any cost a possible Kane’s arrival to any English club, so FC Barcelona would have joined the race to sign the player in the last few hours. The Catalan team has been reported in the British media to have decided to wait for Kane until his contract with Tottenham expires,  and they would be trying to convince Kane to wait for them until next season, when he could arrive to the club as a free agent. 

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