Manchester United will be on high alert after defensive target Layvin Kurzawa revealed he could leave Monaco in the near future, talkSPORT reports.
The 22-year-old was a top target for Louis van Gaal ahead of the January window, with the club were believed to have been preparing a bid around £12million to lure him to Old Trafford.
Premier League rivals Arsenal and Manchester City were also alerted by the situation of the French left-back, and were thought said to be considering a move for the player ahead of the new year.
Upon hearing about all the interested parties, Kurzawa admitted that if he is to further develop as a player, he might one day have to think about a club exit.
He said: “I read [that PSG are interested].
“PSG are a big European club, but I have got too much respect for Monaco to talk about a rival club.
“Of course I think about my career choices and I have no doubt that one day I will leave Monaco. But I don’t know when.”
Ligue 1 rivals Paris Saint-Germain are also keeping a close eye on the defender, according to talkSPORT, but it is unlikely that he will make a move to a direct rival.