Meunier, himself a regular at PSG after joining the club from Club Brugge in July last year, says Courtois has the right profile to join the French big-spenders, as they look to assert themselves in European football as well as regain the domestic title from Monaco this season.
The French side have Kevin Trapp and Alphonse Areola on the books at the moment as the two goalkeeping options but Meunier believes his compatriot can help elevate the club even further.
“He’s very strong, Courtois. He wouldn’t be bad at PSG,” Meunier told Le Parisien.
“We’ve already got two good goalkeepers but Thibaut also has the profile to play here, I think. He’s very big – nearly two metres tall!”
Despite this, Courtois has shown no recent indications of wanting to leave the Premier League champions.
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