Paris Saint-Germain wants to find a new club for left-back Layvin Kurzawa as it looks to offload some players this summer. After selling Mitchel Bakker to Bayer 04 Leverkusen, Kurzawa’s name is the latest when it comes to departures.
Reports of a potential deal with Turkish club Galatasaray have surfaced, and it appears as though both parties have reached an agreement, per RMC Sport journalist Loïc Tanzi. No further details of the deal are reported regarding whether it’s a permanent or loan transfer.
Nonetheless, before the two clubs can proceed, they must now wait for the player’s response on whether or not he wants to join the Turkish club. Kurzawa is under contract until 2024, and it seems as though PSG has buyers remorse after extending the 28-year-old last year.
Should this deal go through, and Kurzawa depart on either a permanent or loan transfer, Les Parisiens will put left-back at the top of its priority list. PSG has recently revisited its interest in AC Milan left-back Theo Hernandez, so they’re ready to think of a replacement for the potentially outgoing defender.
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