Paris Saint-Germain left-back Layvin Kurzawa has no future with the capital club, and the France international recently switched his agent to find him a club where he can kickstart his career again.
Kurzawa’s new representative is hard at work, hoping to find his client a club before the summer transfer window closes. According to Media Foot, Leeds United is pondering a move for the 29-year-old after his agent offered him to the Premier League side.
Furthermore, Leeds United isn’t the only English club the new agent has offered Kurzawa to, as Everton has also been offered an opportunity to sign the PSG outcast. However, no further word on whether The Toffees are interested.
As for Leeds United, they could also be plotting a double swoop of PSG players as they’re also linked to striker Arnaud Kalimuendo, who is returning to the French capital following a loan stint at RC Lens, where he took another step in his development.
Current left-back Junior Firpo picked up an injury this preseason, and now Leeds United is looking for an alternative, which might cause them to consider a move for Kurzawa.