Tottenham Hotspur could be in the market for a new right-back.
Thomas Meunier’s contract at Paris Saint-Germain expires in the summer and he is considered one of the targets for the north London club.
Atalanta’s Timothy Castagne is viewed as another option and reports coming out of Italy in April suggested the right-back will not be with the Serie A club next season.
It was also explained Spurs are ‘pressing strongly’ for 24-year-old and are likely to be ahead of other suitors.
Het Nieuwsblad on Thursday claim the Serie A man is of interest for PSG as they have shortlisted the Belgium international to be Meunier’s successor at the Parc des Princes.
PSG sporting director Leonardo had an eye on the Atalanta defender and even made an approach for the fullback, when the Brazilian was at AC Milan.
The newspaper adds José Mourinho’s side are also a ‘notable candidate’ for Castagne and they further state Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy has a ‘soft spot’ for the player.
If the right-back decides to leave the Italian side, it remains to be seen if he will pick PSG, Spurs or another club.