Paris Saint-Germain have confirmed the signing of Monaco left-back Layvin Kurzawa on a five-year deal.
The club made the announcement via their official Twitter feed on Thursday:
B/R's own Jonathan Johnson provided more details and noted the Frenchman's first game could be against his former club:
The 22-year-old expressed his delight at the move, per Johnson:
Kurzawa's arrival follows the departure of Lucas Digne to Roma on loan.
The youngster is a quick, attacking full-back and has already scored three times this season for Monaco.
Further, Kurzawa is capable of creating chances for his team-mates, which he demonstrated last year by racking up five assists in all competitions.
The continued form of Maxwell ensures Kurzawa will need to perform at his best in order to establish himself in the first XI where Digne failed, but the youngster's ability to defend and effectiveness going forward make him a strong acquisition for Les Parisiens.
Kurzawa has an excellent future ahead of him, and his quality ensures he will continue his development and likely thrive in the French capital.