Tottenham enquired about PSG man on deadline day, move came too late

Tottenham Hotspur enquired about the availability of Paris Saint-Germain full-back Lavyin Kurzawa on transfer deadline day – but the move came too late, according to ESPN.

Spurs are the only Premier League side not to land any new players in the summer window, with Mauricio Pochettino’s men the same as last season.

Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy is renowned for his ability to get late deals done and it looks as though he left his potential business to the last minute.

Kurzawa has fallen down the pecking order at PSG and is likely to be a fringe figure at the French capital city club if stays for the 2018-19 campaign.

However, the latest report suggests Tottenham wanted the former Monaco defender on deadline day but did not give the Ligue 1 champions enough time to arrange a deal.

Spurs have signed both Lucas Moura and Serge Aurier from PSG in recent times, while Danny Rose has been linked with a loan switch to Paris.

A deal for Kurzawa would have been better than nothing for the Tottenham fans – but it is was not to be.