Barcelona have joined the likes of Arsenal and Manchester City in the race for Paris Saint-Germain left back Layvin Kurzawa, according to Sport.
The Spanish newspaper say that Barca sporting director Robert Fernandez has been a fan of the player since his time at Monaco, and only signed his team mate, and fellow left back Lucas Digne last summer after failing to land the 24 year old.
Kurzawa has been reportedly tracked by the Gunners, as well as by Manchester City and Real Madrid, over the past year and while Barcelona’s interest has also been long standing, Sport say that Fernandez could well make an attempt to sign the player in the near future.
No doubt the player would have impressed onlooking Barca officials in Paris Saint-Germain’s 4-0 win over the Catalan club last night. Although Angel Di Maria finished his second goal superbly with a long range shot, Kurzawa was credited with an assist for the goal after making the last pass to the Argentinian.