Liverpool are among the many suitors eyeing up Paris Saint Germain’s Layvin Kurzawa this summer.
That’s according to Sport, who say the Premier League leaders are one of several clubs thinking of making a move for the left-back once his contract at the Parc des Princes expires.
The newspaper reports that the Frenchman has decided not to renew his deal with PSG and even rejected the possibility of a move in January so he could move on a free this summer.
He currently ‘manages the interest’ of several clubs, including Liverpool, who are presumably eyeing him up as competition for Andy Robertson at left-back.
The Reds lack a direct replacement for the Scot and Kurzawa, who has vast Premier League and international experience, would be an excellent low-cost option in that regard.
Sport say that the fact he is available on a free is ‘appetising’ to several top-tier sides, who see him as a ‘good market opportunity’.
One of those clubs are Barcelona, who it seems Liverpool will have to do battle with if they are to secure Kurzawa’s signature.
The Spanish side are also on the hunt for a left-back, and Kurzawa has been offered to them.
He was offered before the Coronavirus outbreak, and his representatives have been ‘regularly working’ on a potential deal meaning the Reds may have some convincing to do already.