PSG – Layvin Kurzawa on his aborted loan to FC Nantes: “I didn’t like it. To think that they contacted me again recently…”

PSG – Layvin Kurzawa on his aborted loan to FC Nantes: “I didn’t like it. To think that they contacted me again recently…”
PSG – Layvin Kurzawa on his aborted loan to FC Nantes: “I didn’t like it. To think that they contacted me again recently…”

From promising young player to Ligue 1 at AS Monaco in 2015, with undesirable status PSG in 2024, Layvin Kurzawa is preparing to draw a definitive line on an adventure marked by several difficult periods in the capital club. The left back, who has 13 caps with the French team, has only played two matches for Paris over the last three seasons. Having left on loan to Fulham last year to try to get back on track, he was hampered by an injury which deprived him of the entire return phase. A few days before the end of his contract, he spoke to our colleagues from the Team about this almost decade in Paris.

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On his unsuccessful discussions with FC Nantes last winter

« On the last day of the transfer window, Moussa Sissoko (FCN player), who is a friend, called me to tell me that the club would like to get in touch with me. I said, “No problem, let them call me.” I explain to them that I would go there with great pleasure for six months. In Nantes, they were super surprised. I only wanted one thing, to play football again. I called Luis Campos to ask him if it was possible to go to Nantes. He told me: “Of course, I’m happy for you” and that there would be no problem resolving the salary issue. I put the two clubs in touch, I had prepared my suitcase, but I didn’t hear from them until 10 p.m. And Nantes tells me that they ultimately preferred to buy a player, although that was not the case (Nicolas Cozza was loaned without an option to buy by Wolfsburg). I didn’t appreciate it. To think that they contacted me again recently… »

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