Liverpool To Sign Thomas Meunier On A Free Transfer As Back-up For Trent Alexander-Arnold
Thomas Meunier is immovably on Liverpool’s radar this mid-year. Liverpool have reached Paris Saint-Germain star Thomas Meunier over a transition to Anfield, as per reports in France.
Meunier was making the most of his fourth season with PSG when the coronavirus emergency carried French football to a stop however the 28-year-old looks sure to leave the club over the coming months. Belgium worldwide is approaching the finish of his agreement at the Parc des Princes and the Ligue 1 victors have no expectation of broadening his arrangement past the mid-year. The Belgian is set to turn into a free operator (Picture: Getty) Le 10 Sports guarantees that Jurgen Klopp has made his advantage known and Liverpool as of late reached Meunier over a potential free exchange for the right-back. The report proposes that Meunier would show up on Merseyside as a spread for first-group star Trent Alexander-Arnold in front of the 2020/21 crusade. In any case, Liverpool should beat off rivalry from Napoli and Borussia Dortmund to land the accomplished full-back. The Bundesliga mammoths are watching out for another right-back, with Achraf Hakimi set to come back to Real Madrid when his credit understanding finishes. Klopp sees Meunier as a potential spread for Alexander-Arnold at right-back (Picture: Getty) Earlier this month, Meunier clarified that his inclination is staying in Paris in spite of the club indicating no enthusiasm for expanding his present arrangement. ‘My aspiration is to remain at PSG next season. The club knows this and it has been examined,’ the Belgian safeguard said. ‘We have a gathering that is excessively cool with a genuinely youthful group separated from two, three olds. It’s genuinely homogeneous. ‘On the off chance that one day I had been informed that I was going to play with players who can be Ballon d’Or, world-renowned, I most likely could never have trusted it. For me, the Belgian title was at that point something awesome.’