MANCHESTER UNITED have rivals for the capture of France international defender Layvin Kurzawa.
Manchester United are believed to be in the market for a new defender with Chelsea also keen on to sign him.
Luke Shaw has been tipped to leave he Red Devils after the end of the current campaign and Kurzawa has been on top of Jose Mourinho’s wishlist.
The 25-year-old defender has caught the eye of a number of clubs across Europe following his impressive performances at PSG.
And the Mirror claim Manchester United will face competition to sign Kurzawa with Chelsea and Tottenham are also in the hunt for his signature.
Chelsea are pushing ahead with their summer transfer plans despite the recent rumours linking Antonio Conte’s with an exit from Stamford Bridge.
Spurs, meanwhile, are hoping to push for the Premier League trophy next season and show their best at European and domestic tournaments as well.
Manager Mauricio Pochettino is expected to be given funds to spend this summer in order to strengthen their squad for the upcoming season, and Kurzawa has been on top of their wishlist.
The Mirror claim the two London clubs are also ready to rivals Manchester United in the race for Juventus defender Alex Sandro’s signature.
As for Kurzawa, he has played 28 games for PSG this term and likely to follow Didier Deschamps squad at FIFA World-Cup in Russia.