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West Ham enter race to sign Layvin Kurzawa



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Paris Saint Germain defender Layvin Kurzawa has been linked with a move away from the French club this summer.

RMC Sport are reporting that West Ham United have entered the race to sign the 28-year-old left-back.

Kurzawa has struggled to hold down a regular starting berth at PSG and needs to leave the club to play more often.

He could compete with Aaron Cresswell for the starting berth at West Ham and provide cover in other areas.

His ability to also play at centre-back and on the wing would give David Moyes more options to work with.

He is a fringe player for PSG, and they appear to be open to cashing in on him for the right price.

However, it is unclear whether the Hammers will make a concrete offer to secure his services.

A move to the Premier League is likely to be tempting for the left-back, and West Ham could provide him with a platform to showcase his talents.

They finished sixth last term, and adding more quality to their squad would help them build on that this time around.

The Hammers are also competing in the Europa League this season, which could be a tempting prospect for Kurzawa.

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