According to a report from RMC Sport, Paris Saint-Germain have set their asking price for Tottenham Hotspur target Layvin Kurzawa at around €25million (£22million).
Kurzawa, 25, came up through the ranks with Monaco and became one of Europe's top young left backs during his time at Stade Louis II, eventually earning a move to Paris Saint-Germain in 2015.
Despite his billing, Kurzawa hasn't quite enjoyed the best time at PSG, primarily offering cover to Maxwell before being usurped by Yuri Berchiche this season.
With 11 caps for France, Kurzawa needs first-team football to improve on that tally, and a summer move could be on the cards as he considers his PSG future.
RMC Sport report that Tottenham Hotspur – as well as Chelsea and Manchester United – are keen to sign Kurzawa, and could move to land him at the end of the season.
With that in mind, PSG have allegedly set their asking price at €25million (£22million), and won't consider bids any lower than that as they attempt to ensure they get market value for the left back.
Spurs are eyeing up a host of left backs as they consider replacements for Danny Rose, and Kurzawa – who comes at a similar price to Tottenham's recent signings from PSG Serge Aurier and Lucas Moura – may just fit the bill.
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