Layvin Kurzawa has admitted that he expects to leave Ligue 1 outfit Monaco in the future, reports the Daily Star.
The French international has been linked with a number of clubs in recent time, with several Premier League sides reportedly interested in his services.
In fact, the same report from the Daily Star has revealed that the likes of Manchester United, Chelsea, Liverpool and Arsenal have been monitoring his development in recent time.
Kurzawa has also admitted that he read about interest from Paris Saint-Germain, but has insisted that he has too much respect for Monaco to discuss the club's rivals.
Speaking to L'Equipe, the defender said: "I read [that PSG are interested].
"PSG are a big European club, but I have got too much respect for Monaco to talk about a rival club.
"Of course I think about my career choices and I have no doubt that one day I will leave Monaco. But I don't know when."
There's no doubt about it, Kurzawa looks set for a bright future in the game, having impressed in France's elite division of late. In fact, at just 22-years-old, he's already made a breakthrough into the French national team as he continues to progress in the game.
A left-back by trade, Kurzawa is full of pace and can offer support in both defence and attack.
Who needs him?
It now remains to be seen as to whether the likes of Manchester United and Co. step up their interest in him anytime soon.
It would certainly come as a surprise if the Red Devils made a move for the player's signature after the club splashed the cash on Luke Shaw this past summer, but Louis van Gaal may look to add to his defensive options in the next window.
Chelsea, meanwhile, have an array of talent in the full-back department, whilst Liverpool only landed left-back Alberto Moreno last summer. Arsenal are another side with strong left-backs at the club, with the duo of Nacho Monreal and Kieran Gibbs plying their trade at the Emirates.
However, despite the defensive talent already starring in the Premier League, some of the top sides could yet enter the market for Kurzawa.