Meunier unhappy at PSG
Paris Saint-Germain defender Thomas Meunier has once again reiterated he is not happy with his game time, or lack of it, in the French capital.
After losing his place in the starting line up last season and making sure that he was not happy about it, he was linked with a move away from PSG in the summer.
Arsenal were one of many clubs said to be keen on the defender but no move came off and he remains part of the set up under Thomas Tuchel, but not a regular starter.
He has been an unused substitute in the last three Ligue 1 outings, although he did feature in the opening two games of the campaign and played in the emphatic champions League win over Real Madrid on Wednesday night when Les Parisiens laid down a marker and showed they are real contenders for the top prize this season.
Meunier says he will continue to give everything he has for the side but admits that sitting on the bench every week is not what he wants to do long term.
“My philosophy and mentality have never changed,” the defender told French radio station RMC.
“I have been saying since my first steps here at PSG that I would be devoted to the club until the end of my contract or more.
“The coach will be able to count on me.
“Sometimes it is a bit frustrating and the happiness in football is in playing.
“But choices have been made and the coach will take his own decisions.”