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Thomas Meunier Biography, Age, Height, Wife, Career, Net Worth & Wiki

Thomas Meunier is a Belgian professional footballer who plays for the Bundesliga club Borussia Dortmund and the Belgium national team. One of the fastest emerging players in the world is this youngster. During his early years, he also appeared for the Belgium national team’s junior teams. Having played for clubs like Standard Liege, Virton, and Club Brugge, he is currently on the field for Paris Saint-Germain.

Thomas was an early member of Belgium’s U15 and U21 national teams and soon moved up to the more intense national duty-core senior side. On 14 November 2013, he made his debut against Colombia in a friendly match. During Euro Cup 2016, he played in 5 games for the country and kept a clean sheet in each of them. Against Estonia in the 2018 World Cup Qualifiers, he scored his first senior international goal. In the next qualifier, he scored his first hat-trick as Belgium defeated Gibraltar 9-0.

Thomas Meunier

Thomas Meunier

Thomas Meunier Bio/Wiki

Birth NameThomas Meunier
Nick NameMeunier
Age31 (as in 2022) Years
ReligionChristian
Sun Sign/Zodiac SignVirgo
Birth PlaceSainte-Ode, Belgium
Date of Birth12 September 1991
NationalityBelgian
ResidenceSainte-Ode, Belgium
Home TownSainte-Ode, Belgium
Food HabitNon-Vegetarian
HobbiesWatching Movies, Horse Riding

Family

Mother's NameVéronique Meunier
Father's NameNot Available
Thomas Meunier Father

Thomas Meunier Father

Brother(s)None
Sister(s)1- Name Not Available

Girlfriends/Affairs

Affairs/GirlfriendsDeborah Panzokou

Marital Status, Wife and Children

Wife/SpouseUnmarried, Despite being together for over 10 years, Meunier and Panzokou are still not married.
Thomas Meunier With His Wife

Thomas Meunier With His Wife

Marriage DateNot Available
Marriage PlaceNot Available
ChildrenDaughters- None
Sons- Landrys Meunier, another son's name is not available.
Thomas Meunier With His Wife And Sons

Thomas Meunier With His Wife And Sons

Education

SchoolNot Available
College/UniversityNot Available
Educational QualificationNot Available
ProfessionProfessional Footballer
Brands EndorsedAdidas
Career ManagerNot Available

Football Career

Debut Club• 2020: Borussia Dortmund
• July 3, 2016: Paris Saint-Germain F.C.
• July 1, 2011: Club Brugge KV
• 2009: R.E. Virton
Debut International• 2013: Belgium national football team
• 2011: Belgium national under-21 football team
Jersey Number• 24 (Borussia Dortmund)
• 15 (Belgium national football team)
Current Team(s)
• Borussia Dortmund
• Belgium national football team
Coach/MentorMarco Rose
PositionDefender - Right-Back
FootRight
Strengths
• Marking
• Jumping
• Passing
• Crossing
Weaknesses
• Strength
• Heading
• Balance
AchievementsNot Available

Height, Weight, and Figure Measurements

Height (Approx.)in centimeters- 191 cm
in meters- 1.91 m
in feet inches- 6’3”
Weight (Approx.)in kilograms- 89.8 kg
in pounds- 198 lbs

Figure Measurements

Chest Size40 inches
Biceps Size13 inches
Waist Size32 inches

Extra Ordinary Features

Race / EthnicityBelgian
Hair ColorDark Brown
Eye ColorBlack
S*xual OrientationStraight
Distinctive Features
Not Available
Dress SizeNot Available
Shoe Size12 U.S.

Favourite Things

Favorite Playing Position
Defender
Favorite CarMercedes
Favorite FoodItalian Food
Favorite DrinksCoffee
Favorite ColorBlack
Favorite Cell Phone/BrandiPhone/Apple

Life Journey

Woodgram presents the Full Story of a Football Genius who is known as “Meunier”. In Thomas Meunier’s Childhood Story, you will discover a full account of notable events from his earliest years up to the present day.

His family background, life story before fame, rise to fame, relationship, and personal life are examined. His offensive moves are well known.

Few, however, consider Thomas Meunier’s biography, which is quite interesting. Without further ado, let’s begin.

Thomas Meunier was born on the 12th of September 1991 in Sainte-Ode, Belgium. His mother Veronique Meunier (a nurse) and his father (an electrician who played amateur football at the time) had two children together. At his birthplace in Sainte-Ode, Meunier grew up with an older sister with whom he spent his entire childhood.

In his sports-loving family, Meunier was drawn to football for sheer fun and began training with his hometown team, RUS Sainte-Ode, at the age of 5. But Meunier’s father wanted him to take up the sport seriously and, by extension, see that he became a professional. When his parents divorced when he was 12, he was hesitant to take football seriously until he had compelling reasons to do so.

Meunier and his older sister chose to live with their mother after their separation, who did all she could to take care of them. From RUS Sainte-Ode, where he spent six years, the rising footballer made his way to RUS Givry for a two-year stint. From there, he joined the Standard Liege youth system.

Meunier spent two years at Standard Liege before his dreams of playing professional football were dashed. So Meunier was released, something he accepted without a shred of resistance but with glee and total surrender of his free will.

The development, however, didn’t go well with Meunier’s parents, particularly his father, who became disappointed in the turnout or events and temporarily distanced himself from Meunier. Meunier’s parents were not pleased with the development, particularly his father, who felt disappointed in the outcome and decided to temporarily distance himself from Meunier.

You can imagine how my father felt. We stopped talking about football. That was a problem because football was our life. He was so disappointed. I had expressed his passion for football through me, so when my dream fell apart, he did too”. Meunier explained.

Meunier’s mother, however, was not one to enjoy her son’s release knowing full well that he had grown up to become a good football player. She, therefore, made a career-defining call to the coach of a small club called Virton, begging him to give Meunier a tryout.

The football prodigy turned out for the trial match and contributed 10 goals to his team’s 15-3 victory. Meunier spent three years at Vitron, where he scored awesome goals, which his fast-growing fanbase captured and uploaded to YouTube.

It wasn’t long before he was known as “that guy in the third division who scores crazy goals”. This led to him being pursued by big teams, including Club Brugge, which acquired his services in 2011. Meunier is still single and has been in a long-term relationship with his girlfriend, who is now his baby mama, Deborah Panzokou.

In high school, they met and started dating. Deborah, however, is a halfbreed born to Congolese and Sicilian parents. Their union has resulted in the birth of two children — a boy named Landry (born 7th November 2015) and a girl conceived in April 2018.

Meunier is one among a handful of football players who consider the sport as a game of passion and not necessarily a job. Despite the fact that he is a football genius who describes himself as “a normal player in a club with an extraordinary dimension” he admits that he is indecisive and not well-organized off the pitch.

Nonetheless, he makes himself available to receive love from fans with whom he signs autographs and converses in English, French, and Dutch. Meunier enjoys listening to electronic music and French rap. As well as spending time with friends and family, he enjoys reading.

Meunier idolized Brazil World Cup winner Ronaldo as a child, saying: “He develops, like me, at the center forward position. I liked the way he plays and his dribbling.”. Originally, he was cited as supporting Anderlecht, but this was later proven incorrect.

He revealed that he didn’t have an easy childhood, his parents divorced when he was a teenager and he moved in with his mother and sister. As a student at Virton, Meunier worked part-time at a car factory and as a postman, earning a diploma for finishing school. He also loves art outside of football. He opened a catering business in Bastogne and is considering becoming a baker after his football career is over.

Meunier is fluent in both English and Dutch in addition to French. After being convicted of speeding in November 2012, Meunier was fined €120 and given a 13-day driving ban. Meunier started taking lessons again soon after his conviction.

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Thomas Meunier Net Worth

How much does Thomas Meunier earn in 2022?

The defender Thomas Meunier signed a contract with Borussia Dortmund in 2020 that nets him a salary of £8,528,000 per year. Based on our calculations, he earns £164,000 per week and £976 per hour!

‎Salary & Net Worth Updated 2022

Estimated Net Worth in 2022 (Approx)£28,319,200
Estimated Net Worth in 2021 (Approx)Not Available
Annual Salary£8,528,000
Per Month Salary£710,666
Per Week Salary£164,000
Per Day Salary£23,428
Per Hour Salary£976
Per Minute Salary£16.2
Current ContractWith Borussia Dortmund
Contract SignedJul 1, 2020
Contract ExpiresJun 30, 2024
Contract Signing Amount$26.40 million
Market Value$9.90 Million
Highest Market Value$38.50 Million (Dec 17, 2018)
Endorsements$1-$5 Million
Income SourceProfessional Footballer
Cars Collection• Mercedes
• Audi
Thomas Meunier With His Car

Thomas Meunier With His Car

Since he has been one of the highest-paid PSG players for several seasons, Thomas Meunier has a net worth of approximately £28,319,200. His market value is slightly declining. Even so, his current market value is $9.90 million.

Club Career

Virton

  • Thomas Meunier was born in Sainte-Ode, Belgium, and played for various youth teams, including RUS Sainte-Ode, RUS Givry, and Standard Liège.
  • After two seasons with Liège, he was released due to injury. He revealed that he was affected by his release, and at one point, he considered quitting football before being persuaded to continue by his mother.
  • Virton signed Meunier following his impressive performance in his trial.
  • In the first half of 2009, Meunier made his first appearance for Virton’s first team, playing in a 1-1 draw with K.F.C. V.W. Hamme on 31 January. Virton was relegated from the Second Division as a result of his five appearances.
  • Despite becoming a regular in the first team in 2009–10, making 16 appearances and contributing five goals in all competitions, the 2010–11 season proved to be his breakout season.
  • His first goal of the 2010–11 season came on 22 August 2010 when he scored in a 3–0 win over C.S. Visé.
  • He then scored twice in a 4–0 victory over RFC Liège on 2 October. He then scored another brace seven days later in a 2–1 victory over Sporting Hasselt on 9 October.
  • Between 30 January 2011 and 6 February 2011, he scored two goals against   KSKL Ternat and Charleroi Couillet Fleurus.
  • During the 2010–11 season, Meunier made 29 appearances and scored 11 goals across all competitions.
  • In all competitions, Meunier made 52 appearances and scored 15 goals for Virton’s first team from 2009 to 2011.

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Club Brugge

  • Thomas Meunier was signed by Club Brugge in January 2011 for a transfer fee of 200,000 euros, with the transfer to be completed during the summer transfer window.
  • Club Brugge had just missed out on the transfers of Dalibor Veselinovi* and Jelle Van Damme a few days earlier, so it wanted to ensure Meunier wouldn’t become the third near miss.
  • Brugge completed the deal before any of the other interested Belgian clubs (Anderlecht, Standard Liège, Sint-Truiden and Zulte Waregem) could.
  • Meunier was given the number 19 shirt ahead of the new season.
  • Meunier played the final 20 minutes of Club Brugge’s first match of the 2011–12 season on 31 July 2011 against Westerlo.
  • Meunier played a decent match and scored a goal in the process. On 21 September 2011, he scored again, this time in a 3–2 victory over Dessel Sport. Between 16 October 2011 and 3 November 2011 he scored three goals in five appearances across all competitions against Gent, Genk and Birmingham City.
  • Meunier has established himself in the first team at Club Brugge, playing as a midfielder.
  • Due to this, he signed a contract extension that keeps him at the club until 2016. As a result of injuries, Meunier finished his first season at Club Brugge making 49 appearances and scoring five goals.
  • Meunier’s goal against Genk earned him third place for Goal of the Season at the end of the 2011–12 season.
  • During the 2012–13 season, Meunier scored in the first four league matches against Waasland-Beveren, Charleroi, KV Mechelen and Beerschot.
  • Meunier discussed scoring regularly after the match, saying, “Last season I scored three goals. My ambition was to do better. But this is very close.” He started on the right wing. Nevertheless, Meunier suffered injuries twice that kept him out until November.
  • After his absence, he returned to action on 17 November 2012 as a second–half substitute in a 6–2 victory over Waasland-Beveren.
  • Upon his return, Meunier began playing in the right-back position, which he said was no problem at all. Toward the end of January, he again suffered an injury and missed the month of March.
  • Thomas Meunier returned to the first team from injury and played in the right-back position for the remainder of the season. Meunier ended the 2012–13 season with 28 appearances and four goals across all competitions.
  • An injury to Meunier’s groin sidelined him until September of the 2013-14 season. Meunier quickly returned to the first team after returning from injury, regaining his right-back position and helping the team keep a clean sheet four times between 14 September 2013 and 5 October 2013.
  • Bundesliga side Wolfsburg showed interest in his performance but he remained at the club throughout the January transfer window.
  • In a 5–2 victory over OH Leuven on 18 February 2014, he scored his first goal for the club. He then scored twice in a 2–0 win over Cercle Brugge on 16 March 2014.
  • A Meunier own goal cost the club the title in their 1–0 loss against Anderlecht on 4 May 2014.
  • Meunier scored three goals in all competitions despite being sidelined later in the 2013–14 season. He was also awarded a Blue Shoe two months later.
  • Meunier started the season well by setting up a goal in a 2–0 victory over Waasland-Beveren in the 2014–15 season.
  • In the beginning of the season, Meunier played in every match at right-back until he suffered an injury in early December.
  • Meunier scored his first goal of the season in a 4–2 victory over Waasland-Beveren on 22 November 2014. Following his return from injury, he scored again on 14 December 2014 in a 3–1 victory over Standard Liège.
  • The club signed Meunier to a new contract in January 2015, keeping him until 2019. The following week, on 20 January 2015, he recorded a hat-trick of assists, as KV Mechelen won 3–2 and advanced to the semi-finals of Beker van België.
  • Toward the end of the season, Meunier suffered two injuries. Even so, he played every minute of the 2015 Belgian Cup Final against rivals RSC Anderlecht, which ended in a 2–1 win for Club Brugge, enabling the club to win its first Belgian Cup since 2007.
  • At the end of the 2014–15 season, Meunier made 46 appearances and scored twice across all competitions. Meunier was awarded the title of Footballer of the Year for his achievements.
  • Meunier was linked with a move away from Club Brugge before the 2015–16 season and was expected to leave in the summer.
  • However, he sustained a knee injury while on international duty and was sidelined for two months. Despite being injured, he returned to the first team on 30 August 2015, coming on as a late substitute in a 7–1 win over Standard Liège.
  • In a 4–0 win over Patro Eisden on 23 September 2015, he scored his first goal of the season as well as set up another. Meunier scored again on 1 October 2015, in a 3–1 loss to Midtjylland in a UEFA Europa League match.
  • On 5 November 2015, he scored again in the UEFA Europa League, this time in a 1–0 win over Legia Warsaw. On 30 November 2015, he led Club Brugge to a 4–1 victory over KV Mechelen as captain.
  • Then he scored again in a 3–2 loss against Genk, after setting up two goals in a 6–0 win over Westerlo. Toward the end of the season, he scored two more goals against Genk and Gent and helped the club win the league title.
  • Despite missing two games in the 2015–16 season, Meunier went on to make 42 appearances and score six goals.
  • Meunier was a transfer target for several clubs during the 2016 summer transfer window, with Paris Saint-Germain leading the chase to sign him.
  • Early in June, he made it clear that he would stay with the club. Although he claimed he intended to stay at Club Brugge, he continued to be a transfer target.
  • At Club Brugge in 2011, Meunier initially played as a striker or right winger before being transformed into a right-back by head coach Juan Carlos Garrido, Georges Leekens, and Michel Preud’homme due to the lack of players at that position following the injuries to teammates Davy De Fauw and Tom Høgli, and the departure of Carl Hoefkens.

Paris Saint-Germain

  • Meunier joined Paris Saint-Germain on 3 July 2016, signing a four-year deal with the club that would bind him to the club until 30 June 2020.
  • It was reported that the transfer fee was 7 million euros. Meunier admitted that he was unsure about moving to PSG, citing a lack of playing time at the club.
  • In the 2016 International Champions Cup friendly against Real Madrid in Ohio, Meunier scored twice to help PSG to a 3–1 victory.
  • On 6 August 2016, Meunier made his first competitive appearance for PSG when he came on as a substitute for David Luiz in the 76th minute of the 2016 Trophée des Champions.
  • He was used as a substitute for PSG’s first two league matches of the 2016–17 season before making his league debut on 28 August 2016 in a 3–1 loss to AS Monaco.
  • Serge Aurier competed with Meunier throughout the season, and due to Aurier’s excellent performances, Meunier often appeared on the substitutes’ bench.
  • The right-back returned to the first team on 1 October after suffering a knee injury in late September, starting in the right-back position and scoring a goal in a 2–0 victory over Bordeaux in the league at home.
  • In PSG’s 2–1 away win over Basel in a 2016–17 UEFA Champions League Group A match, Meunier assisted Blaise Matuidi’s goal and scored the winning goal with a stunning side-footed curling volley; it was Meunier’s first competitive goal for PSG. He was named a member of the UEFA Team of the Week for his excellent performance.
  • In a 5–0 win over Lorient on 21 December 2016, Meunier scored his first league goal for the club. His next two months were marred by injuries on two separate occasions.
  • In spite of this, Meunier received more playing time as a right-back throughout January 2017 since Aurier had to compete in the finals of the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations.
  • The following month, he set up Edinson Cavani’s goal in a 4–0 win over Barcelona in the first leg of the last 16 of the 2016–17 UEFA Champions League.
  • Meunier and Aurier competed for a first-team place at the end of the 2016-17 season. He sustained further injuries.
  • Even though he was a part of both the Coupe de la Ligue and Coupe de France campaigns, Meunier did not play in both finals; he sat on the substitute bench for the former and missed the latter because of an injury.
  • In the 2016–17 season, he made 36 appearances and scored twice across all competitions.
  • During the summer transfer window of 2017, Meunier was the subject of a transfer request when Chelsea attempted to sign him on the transfer window deadline day but was rejected by PSG.
  • At the start of the 2017-18 season, Meunier made his competitive debut, starting as the right defender against AS Monaco in the 2017 Trophée des Champions.
  • As a result of Dani Alves’ arrival at Tottenham Hostpur, Aurier still had to compete for the right-back position after leaving Tottenham.
  • Meunier had been an unused substitute in PSG’s previous two league matches (against Guingamp and Toulouse) when he came on to replace Dani Alves and set up Edinson Cavani’s goal in a 3–0 win over Saint-Étienne on 25 August 2017.
  • His first goal of the season for the club did not come until 30 September 2017 when the club beat Bordeaux 6–2.
  • Meunier scored both PSG goals in a 2–1 win over Dijon on 14 October 2017. Despite getting injured while playing for the national team, he played twice in the league between late October and mid-December.
  • Meunier started in the right-back position on 13 December 2017 and assisted two goals, in a 4–2 victory over RC Strasbourg.
  • Then, on 30 January 2018, Meunier scored yet again in the semi-finals of the Coupe de la Ligue, in a 3–2 win over Stade Rennais.
  • In a 5–0 win over FC Metz on 10 March 2018, he scored his fourth goal of the season. When Alves was injured and suspended towards the end of the 2017–18 season, he regained his right-back position in several matches.
  • A month before, he came off the bench in PSG’s 2–0 victory over Les Herbiers VF to win the Coupe de France. After beating Monaco on 15 April 2018, Meunier also won his first league title at PSG. At the end of the 2017–18 season, he made 34 appearances and scored five goals across all competitions.
  • Meunier scored in a 2–3 loss to Liverpool in the 2018–19 UEFA Champions League group stage on 18 September 2018.
  • During Paris Saint-Germain’s elimination from the Champions League round of 16 due to away goals on 6 March 2019, he came on as a substitute for a 1–3 loss to Manchester United.
  • On 18 September 2019, he scored a goal in a 3–0 win over Real Madrid in the 2019–20 UEFA Champions League group stage.
  • The 4 March 2020 match was his last game for Paris Saint-Germain, and it was a 5-1 win over Lyon in the 2019–20 Coupe de France semi-final.

Thomas Meunier With Borussia Dortmund

Borussia Dortmund has announced that Meunier will sign a four-year deal with Borussia Dortmund as a free agent on 25 June 2020.

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International Career

  • Thomas Meunier was called up for the first time in February 2011 for the Belgium U21 team but did not play.
  • Meunier made his Belgium U21 debut on 9 August 2011 in a 3–2 friendly loss to Turkey U21, after being called up for the second time in August 2011.
  • He then scored his first U21 goal against Azerbaijan U21 on 6 September 2011 in the 2013 UEFA European Under-21 Football Championship qualification match.
  • He made seven appearances (five of them in qualifying matches for the 2013 UEFA European Under-21 Football Championship) and scored one goal for Belgium.
  • In preparation for the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil, Meunier made his debut for the Belgian national team on 14 November 2013 in a friendly match against Colombia at home.
  • He also made a substitute appearance in two further friendlies, against Japan (2–3 loss) and Iceland (3–1 win), but was not included in coach Marc Wilmots’ final 23-man squad.
  • Thomas Meunier missed out on the World Cup this summer but was called up in November 2014 and made his first appearance since then, in a 3–1 win over Iceland on 12 November 2014.
  • Meunier played the whole 90 minutes at right-back in the UEFA Euro 2016 group stage and set up a goal for Axel Witsel in a 3–0 win over the Republic of Ireland.
  • In another victory over Sweden four days later, he helped his team keep another clean sheet in 90 minutes at right-back. Additionally, he started in Belgium’s 4–0 round of 16 wins over Hungary. With five appearances for the side, Meunier finished the UEFA Euro 2016 campaign.
  • In the 8th minute of Belgium’s 8–1 2018 FIFA World Cup Qualification win over Estonia at the King Baudouin Stadium on 13 November 2016, Meunier scored his first-ever senior international goal.
  • Meunier registered his first career senior international hat-trick in Belgium’s 9-0 victory over Gibraltar on 31 August 2017, a match in which he also contributed four assists.
  • After scoring the opening goal of Belgium’s 4–3 victory over Bosnia and Herzegovina on 7 October 2017, he finished the 2018 World Cup qualifying campaign with five goals and seven assists from eight matches.
  • Meunier was selected as part of Belgium’s 23-man squad for the 2018 FIFA World Cup. Belgium’s first-choice right midfielder, he made his World Cup debut against Panama in their opening group game at the 2018 FIFA World Cup.
  • On 23 June 2018, Meunier assisted Romelu Lukaku’s second goal of the game, in a 5–2 win over Tunisia to qualify for the Round of 16.
  • Nacer Chadli also scored in injury time in a 3–2 victory over Japan in the Round of 16 of the 2018 FIFA World Cup.
  • After a 2–1 victory over Brazil on 6 July 2018, he received another booking, which caused him to miss the semi-finals.
  • Belgium’s best-ever World Cup finish was achieved when Meunier scored the opening goal of the match in their 2–0 victory against England in their third-place play-off on 14 July 2018.
  • Meunier came on as a substitute for the injured Timothy Castagne after just 27 minutes and scored Belgium’s second goal in the 34th minute during a 3–0 win over Russia in their first Euro 2020 group stage match.
  • Meunier became the first player in UEFA European Championship history to score in the first half after coming on as a substitute.
Thomas Meunier Injuiry

Thomas Meunier Injuiry

Facts About Thomas Meunier

  • A big fan of the arts, he was delighted to join PSG for a chance to immerse himself in the city’s culture.
  • Similarly, Meunier shows appreciation for the works of Salvatore Dali, Picasso, and Manet.
  • In addition to playing football, Meunier runs a catering business in Bastogne.
  • After leaving Vitron, Meunier briefly worked at two different businesses. Before working for Saint-Gobain Autover, he worked as a postman.
  • Having recreated the infamous goal celebration performed by Liverpool legend Robbie Fowler in 1999, the right-back was once rumoured to be taking drugs.
  • While playing for a local club, RUS Sainte-Ode, he began his youth career in 1996. He switched to RUS Givry after having a spell of 6 years.
  • Due to his exceptional skills, he was able to move on to popular clubs like Standard Liege and Virton.
  • In 2009, after spending three years in the youth setup of Virton, he made his professional debut with the club in Belgium’s third division.
  • During his 2 year tenure with the club, Meunier made 52 appearances and scored 16 goals in all competitions.
  • Club Brugge signed him in 2011 for a fee of 200,000 euros. Thomas impressed in his debut match against Westerlo and scored a goal in the final 20 minutes.
  • Meunier earned third place for Goal of the Season for his goal against Genk at the end of the 2011–12 season.
  • A very important part of the club’s victory in the Belgian Cup 2015, he soon became a very strong member of the team.
  • In recognition of his outstanding performance, he was awarded Footballer of the Year. During his five-year tenure, he made 149 appearances and scored 14 goals.
  • Meunier was signed by PSG for a transfer fee of 7 million euros in 2016.
  • PSG has won several matches through his quick passing and sharp control of the ball; he led them to wins against Bordeaux in a 2-0 home win, against Barcelona in a 4-0 win, against AS Monaco in a 2-1 win in the Trophee des Champions, and many more.
  • Thomas was named Club Brugge’s captain for the first time on 30 November 2015, and his team won 4–1 against KV Mechelen. He then scored twice in a 6–0 win over Westerlo, followed by another goal in a 3–2 loss to Genk.

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FAQs

Is Thomas Meunier married?

Deborah Panzokou, whom Meunier has known since high school, is in a relationship with him. The couple announced in May 2015 that they were expecting their first child. In December 2015, Deborah gave birth to a baby boy, Landrys.

Who does signed Thomas Meunier?

The Bundesliga runners-up have completed the signing of Thomas Meunier from Paris Saint-Germain as they look to bolster their squad ahead of next season. Following his move from Club Brugge to PSG in 2016, Meunier won three Ligue 1 titles with the French champions. He made over 120 competitive appearances for them.

Is Thomas Meunier injured?

In the second leg of Borussia Dortmund’s UEFA Europa League tie against Rangers on Thursday, Thomas Meunier was forced to be substituted after picking up an injury. The Black and Yellows have now announced that he has a torn tendon in his thigh, which will keep him out for at least two months.

What number is Thomas Meunier?

  • 24: Borussia Dortmund
  • 15: Belgium national football team

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