Son-Ke combo to ‘KANG-Kane’ duo?…’No.9′ in search of PSG, Kane in pursuit?
Will the ‘Son-Heung-min-Kane’ duo turn into the ‘Lee-Kang-Kane’ duo?
“PSG (Paris Saint-Germain) is evaluating the specifics of Harry Kane’s (Tottenham Hotspur) move,” Matteo Moretto, a reporter for Spanish media outlet Relevo, reported on social media on Nov. 18 (KST).
The Tottenham ace and the club’s all-time leading scorer has just one year left on his contract, which runs until June 2024.
Kane is a recognized world-class striker, but he hasn’t won any major trophies during his time with Tottenham, which has led to speculation that he’s looking to move to a team with a better chance of winning trophies in his career.토토사이트
With Manchester United and Real Madrid eyeing Kane as their new No. 9, PSG have also been named as one of his next destinations.
PSG’s departure of Lionel Messi to Inter Miami in the American Major League Soccer (MLS) has raised the possibility that Neymar could also leave the club in the near future.
“PSG is looking for a new striker, whoever the next coach is,” Moretto explained. The current coach, Christopher Galtier, is widely expected to be sacked sooner rather than later.
“PSG like Victor Osimhen (SSC Napoli), but his transfer fee is very high, as is that of Randall Kolo Moani (Frankfurt), who Bayern Munich are also interested in.”
According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, Osimhen, who was Serie A’s top scorer last season and led SSC Napoli to their first league title in 33 years, has a price tag of €120 million ($168.1 million).
“Therefore, the name of Harry Kane, whose contract with Tottenham runs until 2024, is gaining strength in recent days at PSG,” Moretto wrote.
Meanwhile, Kane’s link to PSG has also attracted attention, as his new club is likely to match the South Korean’s fee.
In the meantime, Kane has formed a fantastic partnership with Son Heung-min at Tottenham, cementing his place as one of the Premier League’s best ever combinations.
The so-called ‘Son-Ke duo’ have combined for 47 goals in the Premier League so far, leading the league in joint goals by a wide margin over the Didier Drogba-Frank Lampard duo (36).
If Kane were to part ways with Son Heung-min and join PSG, he would most likely be paired with Lee Kang-in (RCD Mallorca). Lee Kang-in, the future of South Korean soccer, is also on the verge of joining a big club as his move to PSG is in the early stages.
It will be interesting to see if the Son-Heung-min-Kane duo that dazzled Korean soccer fans will be replaced by the Lee-Kang-in-Kane duo at PSG.