Thomas Meunier completes move to PSG
By Coral Barry
Last Updated: 03/07/16 5:05pm
Belgium defender Thomas Meunier has sealed his move to Paris Saint-Germain from Club Brugge.
The 24-year-old has joined the French champions on a four-year deal after almost 200 appearances for Belgian side Brugge with the two clubs confirming the deal on Sunday.
Meunier missed just one game during Belgium's run to the quarter-final in Euro 2016 and played 90 minutes in the their 3-1 defeat to Wales on Saturday.
Speaking to the club website, the defender revealed he was delighted to make the move to Paris.
"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," said Meunier.
"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."
The full-back ends his five-year spell with Brugge after securing the club's first Belgian Pro League title since 2005 in his final season.
Muenier is the third player to sign for the Ligue 1 side this summer as new boss Unai Emery continues to put his stamp on his squad.