Kurzawa is being targeted by the Gunners.
AS Monaco left-back Layvin Kurzawa is being watched by Arsenal after Arsene Wenger sent scout Gilles Grimandi over to the Principality, according to the Daily Mail.
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Kurzawa has been impressing in Ligue 1 this season and earned his first cap for the France national team earlier in 2014/15 as a result.
This has attracted interest from some of Europe’s biggest sides, with Bayern Munich and Manchester City also thought to be keeping tabs on Kurzawa.
The defender is valued at around £15m and Wenger will need to act quickly if he wants to snap up his fellow countryman from his old club.
Kurzawa would certainly be in good company at the Emirates Stadium with five other Frenchman already at the North London club.
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