Leeds United and Everton have both been offered the chance to sign Paris Saint-Germain left-back Layvin Kurzawa.
The Lowdown: Left-back needed?
The Whites have been backed to add to their left-sided defensiveranks following an injury to Junior Firpo. The Spaniard picked up a fresh problem in the club’s first pre-season fixture against Blackpool and didn’t travel to Australia as he is set to be sidelined for eight weeks.
Jesse Marsch took youngster Leif Davis along as the only recognised left-back, but it appears as if Leeds could now move for Kurzawa.
The Latest: Kurzawa linked with Leeds
According to one French outlet on Tuesday morning, PSG are looking to offload Kurzawa this summer.
The left-back has recently changed agency and has been offered to both Leeds and Everton, with a move to the Premier League a real possibility.
The Verdict: Smart move?
Kurzawa at Leeds?
Yes, just what we need!
No, look elsewhere!
Therefore, Victor Orta and co could be wise to accept PSG’s offering of Kurzawa along with pursuing their young forward Arnaud Kalimuendo, as it would give Jesse Marsch another high-profile left-back to choose from heading into his first full season in charge of Leeds.
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