Paris Saint-Germain have completed the signing of Belgian international Thomas Meunier from FC Bruges. The player signed a four-year deal with PSG, which will keep him at the club until 2020.
PSG's new signing told the club's official website:
“I am very honoured to have been chosen by Paris Saint-Germain to come and bolster a squad that already features a number of great players. I signed for Paris because I have a huge desire to keep improving, experience the highest level and win titles. I can’t wait to play in the fantastic Parc des Princes stadium.”
Meunier was a Bruges player since 2011 and he won the Belgian Cup in 2015 and the Belgian League in 2016.
The right-back made 42 appearances last season, scoring 6 goals and providing 6 assists.
Paris Saint-Germain Chairman and CEO, Nasser Al-Khelaifi declared:
“I am happy to welcome Thomas Meunier to the Club, a player with enormous potential. Thomas drew a large interest from many of Europe’s top clubs resulting from winning the Belgian championship this past season as well as playing with the Belgium national team. He has made the strong choice of joining Paris Saint-Germain, a club with whom he will now share his great ambitions."
Meunier played 9 times for Belgium, providing 1 assist. He was involved in Belgium's Euro 2016 action. The 22-year-old reached the quarter-finals of UEFA Euro 2016 with his national team.