- Layvin Kurzawa is reportedly wanted by three Premier League clubs
- The 25-year-old is an established figure at Paris Saint-Germain
- Kurzawa could make the Les Bleus squad to the World Cup
Three Premier League clubs are set to battle for Paris Saint-Germain's left-back Layvin Kurzawa at the end of the season.
Manchester United, Chelsea, and Tottenham are reportedly battling to land the talented 25-year-old who has become second choice behind Yuri Berchiche this season.
According to the French media outfit RMC the ex-Monaco ace is hot on the list of three of the Premier League's heavyweights.
Kurzawa's contract at Parc des Princes will end in the summer of 2020 and PSG will be seeking to get back the £20m they paid fellow Ligue 1 side Monaco in 2015
The France international is eager to move to the Premier League and insists he can his sharpen his skills in England.
He said: "I know what I can do, and don't think I have performed to the best of my ability this season. It is a problem for me.
"I have never been satisfied with my displays this year, and I have felt annoyed when I have gone home after games."
Kurzawa won youth international honours before making his senior debut in 2014 and is in line to be part of France's World Cup squad this summer.
Having lost faith in Luke Shaw, Jose Mourinho will be looking to sign a new left-back in the summer.
Kurzawa represented France in the U-19, U-20 and U-21's categories before making it to the senior team in 2014.
He started his career with Monaco in 2010 and graduated into the first team before joining the Parisians in 2015.
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