With Danny Rose seemingly out of favour at Wembley Stadium, and Mauricio Pochettino preferring Ben Davies, a need for a left-back in the summer could very well lead to the club looking at the Paris Saint-Germain defender.
Much like Serge Aurier, this could allow the 25-year-old to start anew, far from the distractions of the French capital, in a city where he’ll have to create a new life.
No price is mentioned, but with a contract running out in 2020 and a difficult situation at Paris Saint-Germain, perhaps a similar deal to that pulled off by Tottenham for their right-back could be on the cards.
Report: Tottenham still monitoring Layvin Kurzawa as PSG plan to sell
Layvin Kurzawa could follow Lucas Moura in leaving Ligue 1 leaders Paris Saint-Germain for Premier League outfit Tottenham Hotspur.
Tottenham Hotspur are interested in signing PSG’s bench-warming left-back Layvin Kurzawa at the end of the season, as reported by Calciomercato.
The swashbuckling France international has struggled for game time at the Parc des Princes since Thomas Tuchel took over as manager. He has made just eight appearances in all competitions with the former Bayern Munich ace Juan Bernat firmly established as PSG’s first choice left-back.
As a result, Calciomercato believes that Kurzawa could be sold in the summer but he will not be short of suitors.
Atletico Madrid are interested, perhaps seeing the former Monaco flyer as a replacement for the out of contract veteran Filipe Luis. Manchester United, who are lacking back-up for Luke Shaw on the flank, are in the race too.
But links with Tottenham are perhaps the most intriguing. After all, Mauricio Pochettino can already call upon Ben Davies and Danny Rose.
This is not the first time Spurs have been linked with Kurzawa. RMC Sport claimed in August last year that Pochettino wanted to bring the 26-year-old to North London after he scored five goals in all competitions last season.
Spurs were told to pay £22 million. But will Kurzawa follow Lucas Moura to Tottenham?