Arsenal “remains interested in signing PSG Layvin Kurzawa’s left back” after losing in January with Mikel Arteta ready to recover the Frenchman when his contract expires this summer
- Arsenal has been associated with a summer move for PSG defender Layvin Kurzawa
- The gunners failed to sign the left back in the January transfer window
- Mikel Arteta has resorted to the use of Bukayo Saka on the left in recent weeks
- Kurzawa’s current contract in Paris Saint-Germain expires in the summer
Arsenal are ready to make a move to Paris Saint-Germain who left Layvin Kurzawa behind once the transfer window reopened this summer, reportedly.
The Gunners were connected with the Frenchman in January but one move never materialized, with the Premier League team completing only the moves of Pablo Mari and Cedric Soares.
Kurzawa has lagged behind Juan Bernat in the bill order at the Parc des Princes and will likely extend his stay in the club after joining the past six months of his current deal.
Arsenal are observing a summer move for Paris Saint-Germain that has left Layvin Kurzawa behind
Arsenal monitored the player’s progress and would be willing to sign him as a free agent at the end of the season, according to France Football.
The French magazine, the state of Arsenal, “is not letting go of the situation” and is still “actively following” Kurzawa as their mini back injury crisis continues.
Mikel Arteta is currently without Kieran Tierney and Sead Kolasinac due to an injury, with the Gunners’ chief resorting to using Bukayo Saka in the position in recent weeks.
Arsenal chief Mikel Arteta wanted to sign Kurzawa in January but a move never materialized
While Saka impressed, Arteta is keen to strengthen in that area which could mark the end of Kolasinac’s time in the Emirates.
Kurzawa has made 119 appearances for PSG since arriving from Munich in 2015, scoring 13 goals.