Arsenal target confirms move to London-based agents amid Gunners links

Paris Saint-Germain star Layvin Kurzawa has taken to Twitter to announce ‘big news’, the defender has revealed that he’s joined Sports Invest UK, who represent many footballers,

The Mirror report that the agency are London-based, whilst adding that Sports Invest’s chief – Kia Joorabchian, has strong links with the Gunners. Joorabchian has advised many top sports personalities like Coutinho, Willian and Carlos Tevez.

Mirror Football claim that Arsenal chief Edu enjoys a close relationship with Joorabchian. Kurzawa’s latest decision is sure to spark rumours that he’s nearing a move to the Emirates.


The Athletic (subscription required) reported yesterday that Mikel Arteta’s side were in advanced talks over the January signing of the France international.

The Athletics report even indicated that the Gunners were hoping to sign the Frenchman on a free transfer this month.

Left-back is certainly an area that we should be looking to strengthen considering that Kieran Tierney and Sead Kolasinac are both currently sidelined with injuries, as per Arsenal’s official website.

Kurzawa could potentially settle in smoothly given our ranks boast several players that are either French or have played in Ligue 1 during their careers.

The PSG left-back is a former France teammate of Gunners star striker Alexander Lacazette.

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  1. Because of injuries we need the cover! This player is not an improvement on current players in that position,but should do a job!
    First time in the premier is always a gamble though!

  2. If he plays for France at Right Back he can’t be that bad a player and must potentially be an improvement. What we need most of
    all is consistency and I’m hoping he can do that. He may not be more talented than Tierney but we bought knowing he’s got a history of being injured and we’ve had what three games from the bench. The only game he started he dislocated his shoulder. You couldn’t make it up. So if he stays fit and plays he will be a massive improvement for us.

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