According to our colleagues at L’Équipe, following AS Monaco’s non-qualification for the Champions League last night, PSG are set to make a third and final offer to secure the services of left-back Layvin Kurzawa.
PSG have already had bids worth €18m and €20m rejected, but are set to test Monaco’s resolve with a third offer worth €24m.
Kurzawa is reportedly open to the move, but Monaco Vice President Vadim Vasilyev recently suggested that ASM will not have to sell any players to balance the books, even if they failed to make Champions League football.
In the meantime, PSG have the possible loan of Real Madrid left-back Fabio Coentrao on stand-by, with a season long deal with a buy-out option of €15m agreed. Les Parisiens are playing a risky game though, because Coentrao has yesterday been the subject of a new offensive from Inter Milan.
PSG will try to sign Kurzawa, but are putting their Coentrao deal at risk. Lucas Digne underwent a medical with AS Roma yesterday with success. His loan move should be official imminently.