Paris St-German are set to offload France international left-back Layvin kurzawa in the summer as the player hasn’t featured regularly throughout the campaign.
Layvin kurzawa was one of the regular starters in Unai Emery’s team at the start of the season but as time goes by, the outgoing manager dropped him from his regular starting-eleven preferring young Yuri Berchiche at the left-back position.
Having failed to regain his starting berth under Emery, the 25-year-old is set to leave the Parc Des Princes stadium this summer, hoping to find a new club where he would be featured more regularly in the 2018-19 season.
Chelsea and Manchester United are believed to be monitoring the player’s situation with the Ligue 1 Champions, hoping to launch an official bid for his services during summer market.
Manchester United left-back Luke Shaw, who has been a bit-part player in Mourinho’s squad, is reportedly set to end his unsuccessful spell at Old Trafford by the close of this term and the Portuguese manager is eyeing the Frenchman as his possible replacement.
The Gunners are also in the race for Layvin’s signature-according to RMC – due to Sead Kolasinac’s poor defensive performance this season. The former Schalke defender has failed to impress at the left-back position and the Gunners are ready to bring in more reliable left-back in person of Layvin kurzawa.
Chelsea are also reportedly interested in luring the Spaniard to Stanford Bridge should they fail in their bid to sign Juventus left-back Alex Sandro in the summer.