Marquinhos hints at future PSG exit

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PSG defender Marquinhos has hinted that he could depart the Ligue 1 champions at the end of the season. 

As reported by, the Brazil international, who joined the French outfit from Roma in 2013, has insisted that he will continue to try and get his place back in the side, but has suggested that he can't get used to sitting on the bench. 

In fact, when discussing his future, Marquinhos has stated that 'we'll see what happens' at the end of the season. 


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"Like everyone else, I always want to be a part of the starting line-up," he told JDD.

"But we all must respect the choices of the coach and management.

"I will continue to work to get my place. But it's true there will come a moment where I am older. You cannot just get used to sitting on the bench.

"There are six months left for PSG to win titles. After that, we'll see what happens."

Manchester United and Chelsea interest 

But who could be in the market for him in the summer? Well, the same report from Goal claims that the Premier League duo of Manchester United and Chelsea are monitoring him. 

With his situation turning sour in the French capital, a move to England may well be on the horizon in the future. 

United, of course, have one of the best defensive records in the league, while Chelsea have struggled throughout the course of the campaign. 

With John Terry approaching the latter stages of his career and Gary Cahill struggling for consistency, perhaps the west London outfit will look to Marquinhos as a potential future partner for Kurt Zouma. 

Do you think Marquinhos will leave PSG at the end of the season? Have your say below! 

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