Date: 5th January 2023 at 10:06am
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A fine second half display from Harry Kane earned Tottenham Hotspur a crucial three points on Wednesday evening as they beat Crystal Palace 4-0.

After a goalless first half at Selhurst Park, the England captain scored twice and set up teammate Son Heung-Min to score Spurs’ fourth goal.

The Eagles have now lost three of their last four Premier League matches, and there could be more bad news on the horizon for manager Patrick Vieira.

According to The Mail, French champions Paris Saint-Germain are monitoring Palace winger Michael Olise.

The report claims that the Ligue 1 giants have earmarked the player as one to watch for the future, with his performances of late having impressed.

Olise, 21, joined Palace from Reading back in the summer of 2021 and has since made 49 appearances for the club, scoring five goals and registering 12 assists.

PSG are blessed with what many people regard as the best front three in world football – consisting of Lionel Messi, Neymar and Kylian Mbappe – but it appears that they are looking for potential successors to the trio and regard Olise very highly.

The winger, who can also be deployed as an attacking midfielder, has previously been linked with a number of other clubs including Chelsea, but a move has not yet materialised.

Olise’s performances have attracted interest from PSG

Olise has been capped by France at both under-18 and under-21 level, but he is yet to make his first steps into senior international football.

The player’s current contract with Palace runs until the summer of 2026, which puts the club in a commanding position.

The Eagles are under little pressure to sell one of their most valuable assets, and the amount of time remaining on his current deal means that they could likely demand a significant fee if they were to let him leave.

This season, Olise has featured in all 16 of Palace’s Premier League matches, starting 11 of them.

He was arguably the most impressive player on the pitch against Bournemouth on New Year’s Eve, setting up both goals in a 2-0 win.

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