Monaco star reveals Manchester United dream

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Monaco left-back Layvin Kurzawa admits he dreams of one day playing for Manchester United, after welcoming speculation linking him with a move to the Premier League champions.

According to talkSPORT, the France U21 international is being lined up as a possible replacement for Patrice Evra at Old Trafford, with the 32-year-old vice-captain edging towards a summer exit.

Red Devils boss David Moyes is rumoured to be on the lookout for defensive reinforcements when the transfer window reopens, with Nemanja Vidic already confirmed to be joining Inter Milan at the end of the season.

With Alexander Buttner also seemingly surplus to requirements, Manchester United are believed to be in the market for a left-sided full-back, and are monitoring Kurzawa's development closely.

The 21-year-old has impressed in 26 Ligue 1 appearances for Claudio Ranieri's side in 2013/14, prompting suggestions he could leave Stade Louis II in the summer.

Regarding rumours of a possible switch to Manchester United, Kurzawa reacted positively, showing genuine enthusiasm in an interview with beIN Sports that he'd been watched by scouts already this season.

"The club of my dreams? Manchester United," he said. "It is one of my goals to play there one day."

Manchester United fans have been forced to endure a season of turmoil under Moyes, which looks like ending in failure to even qualify for the Champions League. However, Sir Alex Ferguson's successor will be given time to overhaul his playing squad in a bid to get them back to their best again next season.

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