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Arsenal open talks with PSG star with five-year deal on the table

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Arsenal have begun negotiations with Paris Saint-Germain over the potential arrival of full-back Layvin Kurzawa, according to a French report.

The Gunners are believed to have offered a ‘five-year contract to Kurzawa,’ who is described as being ‘keen on a move to England.’ In other Arsenal transfer news, the Gunners are reportedly set to show ambition by joining the race for a Man Utd-linked star to become their long-term Mesut Ozil replacement.



Arteta is yet to make a signing during his first transfer window as Arsenal manager, but the club continue to be linked with a number of players.



Now, a report from French outlet RMC Sport (via Goal.com) has revealed that Mikel Arteta will aim to remedy his defensive ailments with the arrival of PSG left-back Layvin Kurzawa.

The Gunners’ struggled this campaign have been characterised by a leaky defence with just four clean sheets to their name from 22 league matches.

Arteta is reportedly confident that Arsenal could offer him the regular gametime at the top level he needs to become an established England international, having only received one senior cap so far.

The 14-times capped France international does boast an impressive goals return for a defender, however, notching 12 goals in all competitions for the club in just 100 appearances.
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