A new suitor has emerged in the race for Harry Kane as the Tottenham star could now be at the center of a bidding war. Elsewhere, a Premier League star is desperate to savor the riches on offer in Saudi Arabia, but his club are playing hard to get as Chelsea’s nightmare of a failure may finally end. Catch up on the biggest transfer rumors floating around in the latest edition of Rumor Mill! NEW CUSTOMER APPEARS ON THE RUN FOR KANE While Bayern Munich appear to be favorites in the race for Harry Kane, they may now have some heavyweight competition. According to The Independent, Paris Saint-Germain are ready to jump into the fray and hijack Bayern’s transfer to Kane. The French club have reportedly been emboldened by Kane’s willingness to move abroad to further his career, although the Tottenham star’s preference remains a move to Manchester United. PSG have already been tipped for a number of transfers for younger strikers such as Victor Osimhen and Randal Kolo Muani, and with Bayern already making two offers for Kane, they have been forced to act quickly on a push for the England international. Kane is out of contract next summer, meaning he can ride for free, leaving Spurs chairman Daniel Levy with a crucial decision between cashing in on the prized asset now or risking losing him for nothing at the end of next season. . DESPERATION PL STAR CONTACTS CLUB OWNER TO FORCE SAUDI CHANGE Fulham striker Aleksandar Mitrovic insists he wants a move to Saudi Arabia but the Premier League club are reluctant to let him go. Saudi Arabia’s Al-Hilal are heavily interested in the Serbian shooter and have made a second offer of around £30 million ($AUD57 million). Mitrovic is so desperate to make the move that Sky Sports reports he has contacted Fulham owner Tony Khan to take Al-Hilal up on his offer and let him collect a life-changing payday in Saudi Arabia. But considering Mitrovic’s 14 Premier League goals helped Fulham to an impressive finish in the first half of last season, Khan will want the best for the striker. If he gets his wish, Fulham manager Marco Silva will need to move quickly in the transfer market to find a replacement. CHELSEA FLOP PROVIDED EXIT ROUTE WHILE MASS CLEANING CONTINUES Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s torrid time at Chelsea may be about to end. The Gabonese international moved to Stamford Bridge last summer to be reunited with Thomas Tuchel, who coached the striker during their time together at Borussia Dortmund. However, Tuchel was sacked early in the season and Aubameyang struggled to find a foothold at Chelsea. But his football career could resume soon. Sky Sports reports that French side Marseille are interested in signing Aubameyang, who has one more year left on his Chelsea contract. New Marseille boss Marcelino is reportedly a longtime admirer of Aubameyang, with a formal approach to the 34-year-old expected soon.