Mehdi Benatia has suggested that he'll leave Udinese in order to join a European giant at the end of the season.
The 24-year-old is being paired with a variety of sides given his development at the Stadio Friuli over the last 12 months.
"I have a deal with Udinese and I don't think I'll leave in January as the club don't want to sell me during the campaign," the Moroccan noted.
"However, I do think that I will leave at the end of the season."
The defender is reportedly of interest to the two Manchester clubs and Inter, but he's opened the door for a Ligue 1 switch.
"There are rumours about Paris Saint-Germain," he added. "They would be an interesting option as they are an outfit with big ambitions and a huge project."
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