Pochettino speaks to Kane about joining PSG
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Pochettino calls Kane
The summer window for PSG is set to be one of the most intriguing in the club’s history.
With both the futures of Kylian Mbappe and Neymar still to be decided.
Interestingly, PSG coach Mauricio Pochettino has reportedly called Harry Kane to see whether or not he would be open to a move to the Parc des Princes.
The call did not include any specific details just to get a feeling from the England striker.
PSG boss Mauricio Pochettino has recently phoned with Harry Kane to get a sense of the English international’s ambitions this summer, according to TF1. https://t.co/loGBtd9ybe
— Get French Football News (@GFFN) April 11, 2021
However it does seem that Kane is not the only man on the list of the Parisian club should they lose one of their two key players.
Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah has also been added to the list and contact has already been made between the club and the player’s entourage.
16 February 2021, Hungary, Budapest: Football: Champions League, knockout round, round of 16, first leg, RB Leipzig – FC Liverpool at Puskas Arena. Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah (r) celebrates after scoring the 0:1 goal. Photo: Marton Monus/dpa (Photo by Marton Monus/picture alliance via Getty Images)
It’s been revealed by French outlet Telefoot’s Julien Maynard that should Mbappe not renew this summer it does not necessarily mean he would leave.
The Frenchman reportedly wants to get assurances about the direction of the club and how they intend to become more competitive on the European stage.
S’il ne prolonge pas dans les prochaines semaines, cela ne veut pas forcément dire qu’il partira cet été, puisqu’il est sous contrat jusqu’en juin 2022 pic.twitter.com/LIApRlUSGf
— Téléfoot (@telefoot_TF1) April 11, 2021
PSG are currently looking the favourites to advance past Bayern Munich having won 3-2 in Germany, however, their 1-0 loss to Lille last weekend put a large dent in their race for the Ligue 1 title.
PSG beat Strasbourg 4-1 whilst Lille overcame Metz with a 2-0 scoreline. This means the gap between the two remains at 3 points with Lille set to play Lyon in a couple weeks and PSG with a much kinder run in but have European commitments.