Former Arsenal midfielder Gilles Grimandi has advised the North London outfit to flee away from a possible agreement with Paris Saint Germain (PSG) defender Laryvin Kurzawa.
In his latest interview as monitored by the Daily Star, Arsenal legend Gilles Grimandi warned the Gunners from signing Kurzawa as the French left-back lacks the fight and hunger to succeed in a tough league like the Premier League in England.
France Football had earlier said that the Gunners have agreed a free transfer move for Laryvin Kurzawa and that he’ll link up with the Premier League giants in the summer when his PSG contract expires.
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Arsenal are desperate to strengthen their team in defence and they have turned to Kurzawa who is not the first choice left-back at PSG though club manager Thomas Tuchel said that the Frenchman has improved in recent games.
It was initially thought that the player will move from PSG to Arsenal for a small fee this month since he has six months left on his current deal at the Parc des Princes.
Arsenal have two left-back options in Kieran Tierney and Sead Kolasinac but they have been injury-prone to date thus forcing Arteta to play young winger Bukayo Saka in the position in recent times.