Meunier seems to confirm Emery will leave at end of the season
The Belgian said he has to wait to see what happens as "a lot of things will be changing including the manager" as Emery's tenure at the club seemingly draws to a close.
Thomas Meunier believes changes are coming at PSG next season and nobody is safe including the manager. The PSG man said "many things will change at PSG including the manager," he said at the press conference after the Belgium game on Friday night.
The general feeling is that Unai Emery will not be returning after the summer and Luis Enrique has been mentioned as a possible replacement. Emery's contract with the club expires at the end of June, but nothing had been set in stone. Meunier has gone and as good as confirmed that on international duty.
He said, "I'm waiting, because a lot of things, including the manager, will change. I am no longer 18, I'm 26 and I have to assert myself on my position." The Belgian has played as second fiddle to Dani Alves this season and could be thinking about a change of scenery depending on the changes at the club at the end of the season. He has a contract until 2020.
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