Paris Saint-Germain are reportedly set to launch a higher bid of £85m ($110m) for Tottenham striker Harry Kane as they aim to beat Bayern Munich.
RMC Sport reports that PSG have made Kane their top target this summer and have already sent a delegation to London to discuss a deal with Tottenham.
The talks for the England captain was said to have included Spurs chairman Daniel Levy with the French champions willing to offer £85m.
Bayern already made two rejected bids for Kane this summer, and might be making a third offer soon, their most recent offer was £70m ($90m).
If Kane remains at Spurs, he will be making £400,000-per-week in the new contract which he is unwilling to sign during the current window.
According to RMC Sport, Kane would prefer to move to Bayern than PSG, but nothing is confirmed as any negotiations with Levy will be ‘challenging’, though PSG’s bid might be the highest the club will receive for the 29-year-old.
New Spurs manager Ange Postecoglou has already confirmed he received no assurances over Kane’s future when he joined the club, but hopes the striker remains in north London.