Arsenal eye PSG's Layvin Kurzawa
this summer to strengthen defence

- ​​Premier League giant, Arsenal, is believed
to be eyeing a move for Paris Saint Germain
left back Layvin Kurzawa
- The Gunners are hoping to strengthen that
- Though they will have to battle
Manchester United and Chelsea for the
player as the both clubs are also interested
Premier League giant, Arsenal, is
believed to be eyeing a move for Paris
Saint Germain left back Layvin Kurzawa
as they strengthen their depleted defence
According to the Daily Mirror the
Gunners have targeted the Frenchman to
step in ahead of Nacho Monreal, who is
now 32, and Sead Kolasniac, who was
only signed last summer but has failed to
cement his place at the Emirates this
The left back position has become one
which Arsenal hierarchy have apparently
made one of their priorities for
reinforcement ahead of next season.

Though the size of the Gunners’ potential
transfer budget for the summer has been
heavily speculated on, following the
Emirate outfit failure to qualify for the
Champions League for a second
successive season, it is believed that the
defensive areas will be prioritised in
terms of incomings this summer.
Manchester United and Chelsea are also
interested in the 25-year-old and
according to the report, will provide
competition for Arsenal in the race to
lure the full-back from Paris to the
Premier League.
Kurzawa has made 20 Ligue 1
appearances for PSG this season, and
remarkably scored a hat-trick for his side
as the Parisians beat Anderlecht 5-0
during the Champions League group
stage earlier this season, making him the
first defender to score three goals in a
game in the modern era of Europe’s elite
However, the Frenchman started on the
bench for the PSG side which won the
Coupe de France in midweek against Les
Herbiers. Yuri Berchiche’s selection
ahead of Kurzawa at left-back in the cup
final may suggest that Kurzawa’s future
lies away from the club. previously reported that Three
Premier League clubs are set to battle for
Paris Saint-Germain's left-back Layvin
Kurzawa at the e
Manchester United, Chelsea, and
Tottenham are reportedly battling to land
the talented 25-year-old who has become
second choice behind Yuri Berchiche this
According to the French media outfit
RMC the ex-Monaco ace is hot on the list
of three of the Premier League's