Harry Kane would reportedly prefer to remain in the Premier League with either Man City and Man Utd should he depart from Tottenham Hotspur.
The England international revealed last month that he will wait until after this summer’s rescheduled Euro 2020 before making decision about his future.
England international forward still has another three years left on his current deal and Spurs are under no pressure to sell, meaning that he could possibly carry a nine-figure valuation.
That has not stopped rumours mounting over a possible move away from North London, with PSG and Real Madrid among the foreign team weighing up offers.
According to The Independent, though, the 27-year-old forward would rather join another English side than move abroad.
However, the same report indicates that, with the Spurs chairman Daniel Levy so reluctant to sell to a domestic rival, PSG – now managed by former Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino – are the current favourites to sign Kane.
Meanwhile, Manchester United also eyeing move for Tottenham midfield star Dele Alli who has fallen out of favour at White Hart Lane after the arrival of Jose Mourinho.
The Spurs are currently out of the Champions League zone and if they miss out it will be tough to keep key players at the club.