According to Fabrizio Romano, French left-back Layvin Kurzawa has reached an agreement with Fulham, who have yet to agree with PSG on a permanent transfer.
Revealed on August 22 by the London Evening Standard, Fulham’s interest in Layvin Kurzawa, under contract with PSG until 2024, is becoming clearer.
Kurzawa agrees with Fulham
According to the latest information from Fabrizio Romano, the conclusion of an agreement is underway between Fulham and PSG regarding the 29-year-old left-back as part of a permanent transfer, the potential amount of which has not yet filtered through. The Italian journalist ensures in passing that the French international (13 caps, 1 goal) has already reached an agreement with the English club.
Deal progressing between Fulham and PSG for Laywin Kurzawa. Official bid submitted and talks advanced for permanent move. 🚨⚪️⚫️ #Fulham
Personal terms are already agreed, positive contacts today. pic.twitter.com/vGZsCmKk03
— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) August 30, 2022
Last season, Layvin Kurzawa only played … nine minutes of play in the jersey of the Parisian club. It was August 1, 2021 during the Champions Trophy between Lille and PSG (1-0). To follow the news of the PSG transfer window live, go here.