Arsenal begin transfer talks with Layvin Kurzawa

first_imgArsenal are eyeing the free transfer of PSG defender Layvin Kurzawa (Picture: Getty)Arsenal have initiated talks with Layvin Kurzawa with a view to signing the PSG defender on a free transfer in the summer.The 27-year-old is out of contract in less than six months and is unlikely to be offered a new deal by the French champions.Kurzawa is currently free to speak with any potential European suitors and according to RMC, Arsenal have already registered an interest in the experienced left-back.Despite Arsenal’s remote hopes of finishing in the top four this season, Mikel Arteta is unlikely to spend heavily, if at all, in the January window and will plan for the summer market instead.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENTThe new Arsenal head coach is said to have championed the signing of Kurzawa and Arsenal could yet submit an offer to PSG before the end of the month if their injury crisis continues to worsen.🔋 Working towards the comeback! 💪 @KieranTierney1 pic.twitter.com/akMMiuzWHG— Arsenal (@Arsenal) January 15, 2020 Arsenal spent £25million on Scotland international Kieran Tierney in the summer but injuries have restricted the former Celtic star to just 11 appearances this season.Indeed, the 22-year-old is not expected to back in full training until March after he dislocated his shoulder against West Ham in December, while the club’s only other recognised left-back, Sead Kolasinac, is nursing an ankle injury.With Nacho Monreal having been sold in August, Bukayo Saka has been asked to fill in at left-back on occasion, while Sokratis Papastathopoulos played at right-back in the recent FA Cup win over Leeds in the absence of Calum Chambers whose season was ended by a cruciate knee ligament injury.When asked about Arsenal defensive injury problems ahead of Saturday’s match against Sheffield United, Arteta said: ‘We have a lot of issues at the back, the fact that Calum got the big injury is modifying our plans.More: Arsenal FCArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesThomas Partey debut? Ian Wright picks his Arsenal starting XI vs Manchester CityArsene Wenger explains why Mikel Arteta is ‘lucky’ to be managing Arsenal‘It is what we have, the situation, it can happen between December and January, it is very common.‘We have to live with it, this is what we have. We have to put 11 players out on the pitch on Saturday and I am sure we will.‘They will try their best, and I will try to select the ones who in my opinion are the best fit for that game.’Kuzarwa, meanwhile, has played 12 times for PSG this season but missed the side’s last four matches.He returned to PSG’s starting XI on Wednesday night as the Ligue 1 champions took on Monaco at the Stade Louis II.Should Arsenal sign Kurzawa now or wait until the summer?Get it done now0%Wait until the summer0%Don’t sign him at all0%Share your resultsShare your resultsTweet your resultsMORE: Liverpool poach Arsenal head of medical services Gary O’Driscoll despite Mikel Arteta interventionMORE: Mikel Arteta plays down John Stones interest but teases Arsenal transfer wishlist Advertisement Comment Metro Sport ReporterWednesday 15 Jan 2020 7:30 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link9.2kShares Arsenal begin transfer talks with Layvin Kurzawa Advertisementlast_img read more

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4Subsea, Ashtead in Sensor Tech Pact

first_img4Subsea and Ashtead Technology have sealed a partnership for global distribution of sensor technology to the oil and gas industry.Under the deal, 4Subsea’s autonomous, retrofittable sensors will be available to the global oil and gas industry via Ashtead Technology.Additionally, 4Subsea will explore utilising Ashtead’s acoustic sensors for further developing their services offering to the market.Ashtead will further enhance its inspection, maintenance and repair (IMR) services by adding 4Subsea’s sensors to its portfolio and gaining access to 4Subsea’s domain experts within subsea production, well intervention and drilling.4Subsea will strengthen its position in the global sensor market with hardware and digital services delivery through Ashtead’s sales and distribution network including facilities in Aberdeen, Abu Dhabi, Halifax, Houston and Singapore.“We regard this partnership as a joining of forces to enhance our offering to the market and drive greater customer success. Ultimately we believe this partnership will support operators in reducing both risk and costs associated with operating subsea fields.” – Peter Jenkins, CEO of 4Subsea“Adding 4Subsea’s autonomous sensor technology and services to our existing capabilities means we can now offer a comprehensive monitoring and integrity management service to support the performance and life extension of critical infrastructure.” – Allan Pirie, CEO of Ashtead Technology.last_img read more

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