In 2015, Layvin Kurzawa left AS Monaco for Paris Saint-Germain and the defender has seen his playing time limited at Parc des Princes.
The left-back has started in four league games and has one start in Coupe de France, while he has not made a single appearance in the Champions League this season.
Even though he hasn’t played regularly under the guidance of Thomas Tuchel, he isn’t short of admirers.
According to Calciomercato, the 26-year-old is continuing to be ‘targeted’ by Tottenham Hotspur, while the north London club are not the only side keeping an eye on the Frenchman as Manchester United and Atletico Madrid are also mentioned in the report.
Kurzawa’s contract with the Ligue 1 winners expires at the end of the next campaign and PSG have already offered him a new deal.
The Italian website does not mention if the player has made a decision on his future.
In the left-back position, Spurs have Danny Rose and Ben Davies and both of their contracts will expire in 2021.
Tottenham and PSG have good transfer contacts following the deals for Serge Aurier and Lucas Moura. In January it was reported that the French club were even looking to sell Adrien Rabiot to Spurs to try and get a transfer fee in.