Date: 23rd April 2019 at 7:44pm
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It’s been a while since we were last linked with a move for Paris Saint-Germain right-back Thomas Meunier, and in that time Seamus Coleman has started to gradually return to a better version of himself.

Meunier, though, could still be on the cards come the summer, as the Belgian has hinted in an interview with Lavenir, as quoted by Le10 Sport, that he could be on the move with his future in the French capital still unclear.

If Marcel Brands and Marco Silva still consider the £31.5million-rated star a possible addition in the next transfer market, though, we may now face competition from Manchester United.

The Sun have recently suggested Ole Gunnar Solskjaer could make a move for the 36-cap international in the summer, and shelve plans to sign another Everton-linked right-back in Aaron Wan Bissaka.

The Red Devils boss is not thought to be keen on signing another young defender with Diogo Dalot starting to come into his own at Old Trafford, and will instead look to sign a more experienced option who would sit between the 20-year-old and the versatile veteran Ashley Young.

For Meunier, the only thing that appears certain, however, is that PSG have not yet made it clear to him where his future lies, and the 27-year-old could be left packing his bags in the summer when his contract enters its final 12-months.

“There are some who live much more complicated seasons,” Meunier said. “I still have a year of contract here, what would it be like to make [more] stories?

“I did less in matches [this season], but I continue to give myself thoroughly in training. Will I extend or leave? Good question. With the management, the discussions hang out a bit.

“I can understand, given the deadlines of the team, that my personal case was put in the fridge, but since nothing has moved so far, the message seems clear enough.

“It would annoy me a little that it ends like that, without having had the opportunity to finish in style.”

Meunier is currently sidelined for the Ligue 1 giants following an innocuous knock and missed his side’s recent title celebrations, having last featured for 24 minutes in the Parisian outfit’s 5-1 defeat away to LOSC Lille.