Layvin Kurzawa is expected to leave Paris Saint-Germain on a free transfer once his contract at Parc des Princes expires on June 30th.
The left-back’s entourage has ‘proposed’ the 27-year-old to a handful of clubs across Europe, according to FcInterNews.
Newcastle United get a mention and it’s claimed, from England, the Magpies are one of the clubs who have been offered an opportunity to sign the defender.
He’s also been offered to Manchester United, Inter Milan and Juventus.
The France international is demanding a five-year deal and a base net salary of €6m per season.
Steve Bruce has the services of Matt Ritchie, Jetro Willems and Danny Rose [on loan from Tottenham Hotspur] as the three left-backs in the squad.
Williams is on loan from Eintracht Frankfurt and the Tyneside club have an option to make his deal permanent. He suffered a serious injury in January and it’s unclear whether or not the 26-year-old will be at St James’ Park next season.
A move to sign Kurzawa on a free transfer could be a good option for Newcastle, especially when there is a need to strengthen the left-back position for next season.