Layvin Kurzawa’s contract with Paris Saint-Germain comes to an end in June and Sevilla have already set their eyes on the Frenchman.
Several European clubs, including Arsenal, Monaco and Lyon, have already approached the 27-year-old left-back who is expected to leave the French capital this summer.
According to Canal+ France, Sevilla’s sporting director, Monchi, has been monitoring Kurzawa although his signing won’t come cheap due to his financial demands.
Kurzawa has lost prominence at PSG this season under Thomas Tuchel and he is in search of a new challenge.
Sevilla will need to strengthen at left-back as Sergio Reguilon is expected to move back to Real Madrid and Sergio Escudero has only one year left on his contract.
Meanwhile, Monchi retains a good relationship with French players, having singed dozens in the last few years.
Sevilla are also interested in signing Maxime Lopez from Marseille who may need to reduce their wage bill in order to avoid Financial Fair Play sanctions.