Belgium Thomas Meunier in action against Sweden
Club Brugge and Belgium right back Thomas Meunier has been quoted by Voetbal Nieuws as saying that he will decide his future today amid offers from Paris Saint-Germain, Napoli, West Ham and Torino.
Meunier, 24, started for Belgium on Friday evening as they were beaten 3-1 by Wales, but has enjoyed an impressive European Championships campaign in general.
Meunier didn't start the opening game of the campaign against Italy, but came in against Ireland and whipped in a superb cross for Axel Witsel's goal in a 3-0 win, and also started against Sweden and Hungary.
His performances in France appear to have turned some heads, as Meunier claims he has four offers on the table to leave Club Brugge this summer.
Meunier has been with Club Brugge since signing from Virton in 2011, and with more than 150 appearancs for the Belgian side, he's gained great experience even at the age of 24, setting him up for a big move elsewhere.
As quoted by Voetbal Nieuws, Meunier claims that he has offers from Torino, Napoli and West Ham United, as well as Paris Saint-Germain, suggesting there's a 30% chance that he joins the French giants - and he intends to make a decision on his future today.
"My choice is not made yet," said Meunier. "PSG? There's a 30% percent chance. I will decide tomorrow, there are also offers from Napoli, West Ham and Torino," he added after Belgium's defeat to Wales.
Standing at 6ft 4in, Meunier is an athletic full back who can defend and attack, and he could be ideal for West Ham as they search for new additions.
Sam Byram is the club's only recognised right back, and adding Meunier as competition for places could be a smart move - but with interest from Napoli and PSG, they face a real battle - and an anxious wait - in the race for his signature.
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