West Ham, Tottenham and Manchester United have all held talks with Paris Saint-German left-back Layvin Kurzawa’s agent, according to Footmercato.net.
The French website reports that the 27-year-old will be let go in the summer when his contract expires. The fullback has started just seven matches this campaign, having fallen behind Juan Bernat and Abdou Diallo in the pecking order under manager Thomas Tuchel.
Kurzawa was originally offered a two-year contract extension by previous sporting director Antero Henrique but the proposal was withdrawn after Leonardo arrived at the club.
The Hammers could certainly do with strengthening at left-back. Neither Aaron Cresswell nor Arthur Masuaku have convinced when given a run in the side.
Kurzawa is still relatively young, and with 13 caps for France, he does have the experience of playing at the highest level. The fact he is available on a free transfer, though, will make it a challenge to secure his signature.
As well as Spurs and United, Inter Milan and AC Milan are also said to be interested in signing the Frenchman.