Thomas Meunier is believed to be largely frustrated at Paris Saint-Germain due to the lack of game-time coming his way.
The Belgian has become a common sight on the bench this season, as PSG haven’t been providing him with much chance to operate on the field. The defender has remained an unused sub on seven occasions now, including the Parisiens’ clash with Nice.
The full-back couldn’t take part in that 3-0 victory, and as The Sun claims, the 26-year-old has lost his composure, and feels like he is playing second fiddle to Dani Alves, who arrived in the summer.
Meunier recently stated: “Since Alves arrived I asked myself questions, this is sure. After the good season I had last year, I told myself I would be needed, to be a bit more grateful and that my status within the line-up had changed. [Boss Unai] Emery tells me he didn’t forget the work done and that he considers me. The problem is that I feel like a second option.”
However, since he is baffled over not getting enough game time, the ex-Brugge man might face similar circumstances at United and Juventus, owing to the fact that both teams have settled right-backs. Ergo, the Spanish side seems to be the ideal choice for the defender.
Meunier started engaging in PSG’s defence in 2016, and made 22 appearances for the Ligue 1 side his first season, by displaying decent performances. His current contract at Parc des Princes lasts until 2020.
Written by Hritwik NE
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