PSG Sporting Director Antero Henrique has his eye firmly on Marseille left-back Jordan Amavi as a potential transfer target, according to our colleagues at Paris United.
The Portuguese club representative is fed up with Layvin Kurzawa’s string of injury problems and is looking to sign a left-back next month.
Henrique’s viewpoint on French international Kurzawa is not shared by manager Thomas Tuchel, who wants to keep the former Monaco man on until at least the end of the season before taking a decision then.
On the pitch, Kurzawa’s level has failed to improve since the retirement of Maxwell. Last year, discussions took place with Chelsea, Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester United, but no deal was struck, despite the latter side ready to bid €25m for him.
Marseille in the meantime would not be against ridding of Jordan Amavi, whose representatives have recently met with PSG Sporting Director Antero Henrique. Talks occurred with the Frenchman already last year, before PSG decided to sign Yuri Berchiche instead.