Layvin Kurzawa is a player that Paris Saint-Germain wants to offload in the coming days before the summer transfer window closes on Sept. 1. The 29-year-old has no future in the French capital, and now it seems he may have a way out.
The Daily Mail reported on Tuesday that Premier League side Fulham has their eyes on Kurzawa despite the lack of playing time the France international has had in the last year.
Kurzawa remains in contract until 2024, but the player is free to leave with plenty of clubs interested in the left-back. Unfortunately, the information from the outlet doesn’t state what type of deal Fulham would want for the defender.
Nonetheless, PSG likely won’t hassle over a transfer considering the left-back situation has Nuno Mendes as the undisputed starter and Juan Bernat as a quality backup.
Meanwhile, the English club is attempting to secure a few last-minute transfers before the window closes, which could include Kurzawa.