Arsenal linked with cut-price £6m move for PSG's Kurzawa

Tanya Simon
January 17, 2020

Arsenal are exploring the possibility of a deal for the Paris Saint-Germain left-back Layvin Kurzawa as Mikel Arteta looks to reinforce a defence ravaged by injury.

The Sun have claimed that Arsenal are interested in landing France global Kurzawa for a bargain £6million, given PSG will need to sell him this month if they are to receive any cash for his services.

Kurzawa has won three Ligue 1 titles, three Coupe de France crowns and a trio of Coupe de la Ligue trophies at PSG, having joined from rivals Monaco in 2015.

Kuzarwa has played 12 times for PSG this season but hasn't featured since the French season resumed at the stat of this month.

Kurzawa has made 14 appearances in all competitions this season, with PSG boss Thomas Tuchel generally preferring Juan Bernat at left back.

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Sead Kolasinac and Kieran Tierney are both injured now and the Gunners transfer team are looking to bring in some defensive support for Arteta.

But signing a player who is on such substantial money to ultimately become Arsenal's third left-back is utterly pointless, especially when Bukayo Saka can do a job there too.

"We have a lot of issues at the back, it can happen between December and January, it is very common".

It remains to be seen if a fee can be agreed between the two sides but it is reported that Arsenal's head of football Raul Sanllehi is in charge of the talks.

The defender has not been a player who has been regularly scouted by the north London club, but he has recently linked up with agent Kia Joorabchian, who is now playing an increasingly influential role in the transfer business which is being done at the Emirates Stadium.

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