Taking to Twitter, many Manchester City supporters have been left buzzing over some transfer news out of France involving Paris-Saint Germain defender Layvin Kurzawa.
According to reports, on top of the search for a world class striker, Sky Blues manager Pep Guardiola and sporting director Txiki Begiristain are weighing new left-back additions at Eastlands.
Reliable City source and Daily Mail correspondent Jack Gaughan claimed on the Blue Moon Podcast (via Sports Illustrated) that City have already been ‘drawing up plans’ to sign a defender in that position.
According to reporter Baptiste Durieux of RTL France, taking to his social media feed, PSG defender Kurzawa has now been ‘offered’ to Guardiola’s side.
It is believed the 29-year-old has been put on the table as an ‘understudy’ and potential back-up option for City to strengthen their substitute’s bench.
Man City fans buzz…
Flocking to Twitter, many Sky Blues have been left overjoyed with the majority believing he would certainly be an astute back-up option for Guardiola.
Even despite the fact he earns a reported €700,000 (£582,794-per-month), which roughly amounts to around £146,000-per-week, Kurzawa also possesses plenty of experience at the highest level and could be a good influence in the City dressing room.
Winning an impressive 18 major trophies in total with his current club, the Frenchman could certainly contribute to the winning mentality Guardiola has instilled in east Manchester.
Making history as the first ever defender to score a hat-trick in the Champions League back in 2017, you could certainly have worse names as back up for star man Joao Cancelo.
Here’s how City supporters buzzed over the news:
“He could be instrumental to the club. We need him”
“Would be a quality back up option”
“Oh yes please”
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