The French side is expected to undergo a big overhaul this summer, and sporting director Luis Campos could make a move for the duo that worked together at Tottenham.

Just like every year, the upcoming summer will be quite busy in Paris, and PSG fans are eagerly waiting for it following recent reports about two quality reinforcements.

A report by RMC Sport states that the club is ready to go all in to sign a reliable striker to fill the voids that will be left by Neymar and Lionel Messi, and the man for the job is none other than Harry Kane. The 29-year-old is out of a contract with Tottenham next season, and with his deal with Spurs about to end, the English team has stated they will not get in the way of their star's departure if the right offer comes his way. Hence, Kane could join Les Parisiens for a bit over $100M, the price tag set by Tottenham earlier this year.

But that would not be the biggest move for PSG in the next few months, as coach Christoph Galtier would leave his spot as the Ligue 1 side's tactician in favour of José Mourinho. The Special One is still considering a contract extension with Roma, but his relationship with Luis Campos could play a massive role in his final decision. 

It is said that PSG's hierarchy are considering Mourinho as a suitable option to lead them for his ability to handle a locker room full of egos. Moreover, his sort of rebirth with Roma has not gone unnoticed by top teams in Europe, and the French side's owners see Mourinho as the right man to deliver their first-ever Champions League crown.

Added to that, Luis Campos and Mourinho have worked together before, which could be a key factor to materialize Mou's move. Campos and the Portuguese manager worked together at Real Madrid, where Campos helped Mourinho raise talent from other countries, and now, with Campos leading PSG's re-building process, he could set his sights on the Special One to lead PSG's project.

It would certainly be interesting to see these moves taking place this summer, but there is still a lot that could take place before all clubs are allowed to search for talent. Would it be a good move for PSG to go after Mourinho and Kane? Let's see if they end up doing that.