Today’s edition of Belgian newspaper Het Laatste Nieuws takes a look at Thomas Meunier’s situation at Paris Saint-Germain.

His contract with the Ligue 1 winners runs down in 2020 and even though his idea is to continue at PSG, other clubs, ‘particularly Arsenal’, are ‘lurking’ around the right-back.

Unai Emery trained the 27-year-old when the current Gunners manager was in charge at Parc des Princes.

It is claimed the former Sevilla coach wants to bring the Belgium international to the Emirates as a replacement for Hector Bellerin, who is now on the sidelines recovering from a long-term injury.

Manchester United also get a mention, but HLN claim the defender will not be the first choice option at Old Trafford, so Arsenal could have that advantage.

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Meunier is on the radar of the north London side, the Red Devils and an unnamed club.

Regarding his future, Meunier said: “I also read a lot about it in the newspapers. The press knows more than I do. There are great clubs, which is very interesting.

“As a player of PSG, you are always in the spotlight. We have the level to join many other clubs. We’ll see.

“I am looking forward to staying in Paris, but if I have to go to another club, I will leave.”

Meunier was speaking at the launch of an art exhibition he’s put together.