PSG “tells Arsenal they have to pay at least £ 4.2 million for defender Layvin Kurzawa this month” despite being available for free in the summer
- The PSG requires at least £ 4.2 million for Arsenal Layvin Kurzawa’s target
- The club is happy to sell it this month, but only if their requests are met
- Arsenal is currently in talks with the French club to sign the defender
- Kurzawa is expected to be available for free when his contract expires this summer
Arsenal has reportedly been told that they will have to pay at least £ 4.2 million if they want to sign Layvin Kurzawa from Paris Saint-Germain this month.
The Gunners are in talks to sign Kurzawa while Mikel Arteta tries to strengthen his defensive options.
PSG is happy to let Kurzawa leave the club, but only by meeting their demands.
Arsenal has been told that they will have to pay £ 4.2 million if they want to sign PSG’s Layvin Kurzawa
French defenders want between £ 4.2 million and £ 8.5 million for the defender, according to The Telegraph.
Kurzawa, however, will likely be available on a free transfer at the end of the season with his contract expiring and no plans for extension talks.
The Frenchman joined PSG from Monaco in 2015 for a £ 20 million tax in the region, but has fallen in the order of pecking in recent seasons with Juan Bernat the favorite left-back starter.
Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta wants to bring at least one defender to January to strengthen options
Arteta complained of his lack of fullback options this month following a string of defensive injuries, but Bukayo Saka was impressed as an emergency left back as Hector Bellerin made a return to the team to earn a draw at Chelsea on Tuesday night.
The Arsenal boss, however, remains thrilled to bring at least one defender to this window.