I’m convinced the coach will be replaced this summer – Meunier
PSG defender, Thomas Meunier has hinted that he is quite convinced that the club’s coach, Unai Emery will be replaced come to the end of the season.
The Right-back is the second player in the Parisian camp that will be saying such, as a midfielder, Angel Di Maria said something similar few days ago. The manager’s contract runs till the end of the current campaign and with his failure to guide the club past the Round of 16 in the Champions League for a second consecutive year, it is likely he wouldn’t be in charge by August.
While speaking with reporters during his international duty with his country, Meunier stated that the current manager’s replacement will determine if he will still remain in Paris after Dani Alves’ arrival last summer saw him relegated to a substitute role.
“I am no longer 18,” Meunier said when asked about his future. “I am 26. I am in clear possession of my ability. I need some clarity in my position at club level. I must also keep showing the things that I know how to do.
“PSG know my position. However, I am waiting, because many things, such as the coach, will change.”
He signed for PSG from Club Brugge in 2016 and was quite positive about his role in the Ligue 1 leaders’ push for glory in the league, the Coupe de la Ligue, and the Coupe de France before the end of the term.
“I might enjoy the greater game time,” the Belgian said. “If I do, I will have to make the most of it.
“I am more confident in myself that I was two years ago. I am looking towards the future without pressure. I feel that I have developed technically and mentally since joining PSG. I am less fatalistic.”