Juventus and Valencia enter race for Paris Saint-Germain’s Grzegorz Krychowiak as Arsenal and Liverpool remain interested

28 Jul

Juventus and Valencia have joined Arsenal and Liverpool in the scramble for Paris Saint-Germain outcast Grzegorz Krychowiak.

Both Arsenal and Liverpool are on the lookout for a new central midfielder this summer and they have been linked with a number of players.

The Gunners are said to be tracking Nice star Jean-Michael Seri, while Liverpool are keeping tabs on RB Leipzig sensation Naby Keita.

However, both clubs are currently being priced out of moves for their No.1 targets and they are said to be monitoring Krychowiak as a back-up.

But they will need to move fast if they want to land the Poland international as, according to Plaza Deportiva, Juventus and Valencia are chasing him too.

The pair have been alerted to Krychowiak’s situation after the player was told by PSG boss Unai Emery he could leave this summer.

AC Milan were also tracking the 27-year-old earlier on in the transfer window, but their interest is understood to have cooled.

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