Pushed to one side by Mauricio Pochettino at Paris Saint-Germain, Layvin Kurzawa currently boasts a hugely disappointing nine minutes of football this season.

The defender needs a new club sooner or later, and while a few have made enquiries, none have made a concrete move for the France international.

One option that could materialise itself is Watford, however, as Calciomercato explain that the Hornets ‘have come forward’ for the left-back.

In fact, ‘contacts have intensified’, and Claudio Ranieri’s side ‘seem to have the full intention of bringing the footballer to the Premier League’ before the end of the month.

There was also the option of a move to Lazio, but that appears to have now disappeared, because while Paris Saint-Germain proposed the player, ‘his profile didn’t bring any particular enthusiasm’ at the Serie A club.

It seems he did at Watford, though, and we’ll have to wait and see if an official move is made in the coming days or weeks, even if the Hornets already have three left-backs in their ranks in Danny Rose, Adam Masina and the newly acquired Hassane Kamara.