Manchester United target Layvin Kurzawa has come to the conclusion that he must leave Ligue 1 side Monaco if he wants to further his career.
After impressing with his displays for Monaco this season the French left-back has caught the eye of several top clubs other than Manchester United with French champions Paris Saint-Germain sending scouts to the Stade Louis II to watch the 22-year-old in action.
“I read [that PSG are interested],” Kurzawa told L’Equipe.
“PSG are a big European club, but I have got too much respect for Monaco to talk about a rival club.
“Of course I think about my career choices and I have no doubt that one day I will leave Monaco. But I don’t know when.”