L’Équipe report that French international left-back Layvin Kurzawa has rejected a contract offer from Italian side Inter Milan, as he continues push for a move to the Premier League which, if it were to occur, seems more likely to take hold next summer than this month.
After initially not wanting to leave PSG this month, Kurzawa is reconsidering that position, specifically because of the utter lack of playing time that he has received so far this season, starting just 5 times in Ligue 1 so far.
Inter made a considerable pre-contract offer for the ex-Monaco man that included a multi-million Euro signing bonus. Inter have however not lost hope after being turned down by Kurzawa, and could come with a renewed offer in the days that follow.
The player has recently changed agents, but it would appear that a number of intermediaries are getting involved, which is not helping matters.
PSG are calm about Kurzawa’s future – they seem open to a January sale, with Thomas Tuchel counting on Abdou Diallo to be able to fill in there when Juan Bernat is unavailable.