Kurzawa Joins Mbappe in Departing PSG: Double Exit Confirmed

Defender Layvin Kurzawa is leaving Paris Saint-Germain after nine years, as he declared on Monday, marking the end of his tenure with the Ligue 1 giants.

Kurzawa, a left-back, transferred from Monaco to PSG in 2015 for €23 million, accumulating 154 appearances for the Parisiens over the years.

However, the 31-year-old has lost favor in recent times, playing only eight minutes in a single match during the 2023-24 season.

In the 2022-23 season, Kurzawa was loaned to Fulham in the Premier League after no appearances for PSG in over 11 months, making just six appearances for the English club.

In a social media post, Kurzawa expressed his mixed emotions, stating his deep affection for Paris Saint-Germain, despite the ups and downs in his relationship with the club.

Following Kylian Mbappe’s farewell match at PSG, where they suffered a 3-1 loss to Toulouse, Kurzawa announced his departure, as Mbappe is anticipated to transfer to Real Madrid after turning down an extension with PSG in 2022.

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