The Lowdown: Kurzawa deal made priority
The 29-year-old has been told that he is free to leave the Parc des Princes this summer after falling down the pecking order under new manager Christophe Galtier.
The Daily Mail first credited Fulham with an interest in the left-back earlier this week, before it was revealed that the Cottagers have made it their ‘priority’ to bring him to the Premier League ahead of deadline day.
The Latest: Silva gives green light
Taking to Twitter, Romano reports that Fulham’s deal for Kurzawa has been ‘approved’ by Silva, with fresh discussions expected ‘in the next days’.
“Negotiations between Fulham and PSG for Layvin Kurzawa will continue in the next days, new round of talks scheduled. Kurzawa, approved by Fulham manager Marco Silva.
“The two clubs are considering a permanent transfer – it’s still under discussion.”
The Verdict: Perfect signing
Whilst recent seasons at PSG haven’t been the most enjoyable, you can see exactly why Silva has given Fulham the green light to go ahead with this move.
The Frenchman has clocked up 23 assists throughout his career, highlighting his attacking strengths down the flank, and would bring plenty of experience and success to Craven Cottage, having won a remarkable 18 trophies during his time in Ligue 1.
Should Fulham sign Kurzawa?
Should he put pen to paper in this huge week ahead, Kurzawa would provide excellent competition and cover for Joe Bryan and Antonee Robison on that left-hand side.
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