Tottenham Hotspur are lining up a summer move for PSG left-back Layvin Kurzawa, according to Calciomercato.
Kurzawa has struggled with injury thus far this season and has played just seven times in Ligue 1.
The defender’s current contract expires in 2020, and the aforementioned report claims that he has an offer on the table to extend his deal.
However, Spurs, along with Manchester United and Atletico Madrid, are monitoring developments as they continue to formulate their plans for the summer.
Spurs, of course, have good business relations with PSG and have signed both Serge Aurier and Lucas Moura from the French club in recent years.
Kurzawa moved to PSG in 2015 from AS Monaco and has won Ligue 1 twice, along with three Coupe de France titles, three Coupe de la Ligue titles and three Trophee des Champions’.
He has made a total of 87 appearances at Parc des Princes, scoring 12 goals and laying on 19 assists in total; he has won 11 caps for France.
Spurs’ previous business with PSG has not appeared to bear much fruit.
Aurier is a yellow card machine at right-back, while Lucas has struggled to make much of an impact on the right of midfield.
Spurs are looking at bolstering the correct area; they have been lacking at left-back for a while and need reinforcements.
Kurzawa, though, is perhaps not the man to fix the issues.
Ligue 1 is a remarkably softer division than the Premier League and it remains to be seen if the Frenchman would merely become another Aurier in north London.