Spurs, Manchester United and Chelsea have been given a boost in their pursuit of a PSG defender, according to a report.
The Daily Mail claim that the aforementioned Premier League trio may be able to sign full-back Layvin Kurzawa this summer as the Ligue 1 club face mounting Financial Fair Play pressures.
The Parisians will apparently be forced to sell a handful of players this summer as their FFP situation is not too healthy.
French media outlet RMC Sport have claimed that Kurzawa would cost around €25million (£21.7m) if they were to sell in the upcoming window.
Spurs would reportedly be prepared to sell Danny Rose for the right price, so Kurzawa could be a replacement, while Luke Shaw could leave United meaning they could also move for the 25-year-old.
Chelsea meanwhile are sweating over the future of Marcos Alonso, who has been linked with a return to Spain, though he is not expected to leave in the summer.
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