Grzegorz Krychowiak is considering leaving Paris Saint-Germain this summer, putting Arsenal and Liverpool on alert.
The 27-year-old left Sevilla to join the Ligue 1 club last summer for a fee of over £30million, but has barely featured under Unai Emery, starting just seven league games so far this season.
The Poland international is being forced to consider his future as a result, and it appears open to leaving the French capital, according to Le Parisien (via talkSPORT.com).
It’s been reported that the robust midfielder is growing increasingly frustrated at the lack of game time he is receiving at PSG and may look for a fresh start at the end of the current campaign.
Arsenal and Liverpool have previously been linked with a move for Krychowiak when he was a Sevilla player, but the Pole has also attracted the attention of Inter Milan in the past.
If Krychowiak decides to leave the Paris club this summer, then Arsenal will no doubt be relinked with a move for him.