Fantastic 2016/17 season was not enough for Thomas Meunier to keep hold of a regular first-team place at Paris Saint-Germain after the arrival of Brazil international Dani Alves.
Limited to only six Ligue 1 outings thus far this term, the 26-year-old still made most of his time on the pitch to demonstrate his quality.
Three goals – compared to last season’s one – two of which were scored in a 2-1 win over Dijon came as another confirmation of Meunier’s value but the player himself still feels undervalued and is said to be looking for a way out.
Unai Emery has been using Meunier as a replacement for Dani Alves and the Belgium international is looking for a change of surroundings and a chance for regular minutes.
British media report Manchester United are more than willing to offer him an escape route and that Jose Mourinho is preparing £30 million to tempt PSG into selling during January.