Former Gunner Grimaldi has transfer message for Mikel after Arsenal agree deal to sign Ligue 1 star Kurzawa
Former Gunners star Giles Grimaldi has warned Mikel Arteta about possibly signing Layvin Kurzawa this transfer window.
Arsenal , have once again been in the transfer headlines for months now, as speculation and rumours have dominated the news surrounding the club since the arrival of Mikel Arteta to the club last month.
But there has been constant rumours in the media over the past few days which have suggested that the SPANIARD HAS AGREED A DEAL TO BRING THE PSG STAR to the Emirates at the end of the season on a free deal, after Kurzawa failed to agree a new contract at PSG.
It is believed that PSG do not want to let Kurzawa leave this transfer window, despite his limited game time this season, but do not believe that he deserves the contract terms that he is currently seeking to stay.
But it seems that former Gunners Grimaldi is not happy about the possible arrival of Kurzawa to the Emirates, as he does not think it is a good move at all as he doesn’t fit “the profile”.
“Would I have signed Kurzawa?” Grimandi was quoted as saying on Late Football Club by THE STAR
“No. I watched him at Monaco, I think that he is a boy who has quality, a boy who certainly has the potential to be one of the best in his position, but sadly he is lacking in certain areas.
“I don’t see him improving, I don’t see him as a boy who has the hunger to attain the highest level. For Arsenal, he does not have the profile that matches the club’s project.
“There are youngsters who are coming up, he is already a certain age. I don’t see the point in Arsenal getting Kurzawa.”
Look, Arsenal are at that stage now that they need to do some big, big, BIG transfer deals that send a statement to the rest of the Premier League, but they are not, and they are still looking for bargains that will come in and add to the squad, but not in the right way.
Is signing Kurzawa a good business move, Yes if they get him for free, but will he actually improve that left-back areas? Probably not.
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