At just 21 years of age, the AS Monaco FC left-back has extended his contract with the principality club for the next five years, after coming through the club's youth ranks. Layvin has already provided two assists this season and continues to progress alongside the team's more experienced players. Winner of the 2012 Coupe Gambardella the France U21 international has stayed loyal to the club that gave him his start.
Vadim Vasilyev, AS Monaco FC vice-president: "already explained, it is fundamental for this club to conserve our promising young players. Layvin is a graduate of our academy, he is very talented and we are delighted that he can now continue his development in the future with us."
Layvin Kurzawa: "I am very happy with the confidence the club has placed in me. It was very important for me to continue to learn with my club, with a fantastic project and a coach like Claudio Ranieri that has confidence in me and here, I'm surrounded by great players.