Laurent Blanc Reveals Delight At PSG’s Layvin Kurzawa Deal
Paris Saint-Germain boss Laurent Blanc has confirmed the club are intending to complete the signing of Monaco defender Layvin Kurzawa and revealed his delight in the move.
The 22-year-old has traveled in to the French capital to finalise negotiations using the Ligue 1 champions and it is likely to cost around €25 million after exactly what the mind coach accepted would be a difficult settlement period.
The mind coach is happy to see his side near the coast around the signing from the Monaco star after saying yes an offer demonstrated to become a struggle
“It had been a fragile deal,” Blanc told France Bleu. “He’s a Monaco player, therefore it was hard to sign him from the team which will fight us for that title.
“Therefore the transaction was difficult. Once more, I must thank the board, obama and Olivier Letang.
“He’s a excellent player, a youthful player with a lot of possibility of PSG.”
Roma, Manchester City, Chelsea and Atletico Madrid all registered their interest before PSG become frontrunners for his signature.
Kurzawa will fight it with experienced Brazilian stopper Maxwell for that left-back place, with Lucas Digne set to depart the club to participate Roma.