Arsenal needs to beat Liverpool to sign the player but Barca leads the race.


The Gunners must beat Liverpool to sign PSG Left back. Barcelona is leading the race to sign Kurzawa as back up to Jordi Alba.

Various clubs across Europe are lining up to sign Paris Saint Germain left-back Layvin Kurzawa this summer. Teams like Barcelona, Arsenal, and Liverpool are eyeing on the player.

The contract of the 27-year-old will expire at the end of the season. Arsenal are keen on signing Layvin Kurzawa on a free transfer, this summer. The North London club will face competition across from Europe.

According to various reports in France, the French International is keen to move for a club where he can play on a regular basis, and start every match.

The PSG Left-Back To Arsenal?

The Gunners have Kieran Tierney and Kolasinac available, but the fitness problem of the duo has left Mikel Arteta relying on Saka. Who plays out of position.

The Spanish manager is keen on signing Kurzawa so that he can play Saka at his natural position. Sead Kolasinac can also depart in the summer.

According to a Spanish outlet, Kurzawa is also a target for Liverpool, Inter Milan, Napoli, and Barcelona.

Barcelona may have edge over Arsenal?

The 27-year-old defend may prefer a move to La Liga, because he is represented by a company with whom Barca has worked with.

The reports claimed the same company met with La Liga champions to confirm that Kurzawa could be leaving on a free transfer this summer.

According to the Sport, the Catalan giants have made an offer, but PSG refused to negotiate with them. Now at the end of the summer, he’s available again on a free transfer.

Barcelona offered Kurzawa, but due to this coronavirus situation the transfer window it’s changing the landscape across all Europe.

Liverpool are also interested in the Frenchman, as Jurgen Klopp looks for a replacement for Andy Robertson, James Milner. Arsenal can argue, they can provide more game time than Liverpool and Barcelona.

It is still not mentioned where the player would like to arrive, but Barcelona and Liverpool will let him play in the Champions League next season.

Arsenal fans hope to qualify for the Champions League next season when the Premier League resumes. The Gunners are currently 8 points behind Chelsea who are in 4th position.

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