Chelsea and Manchester United target Marquinhos has spoken of his frustration at his lack of first-team action at Paris Saint-Germain and has hinted he could consider his future in the summer.
The young Brazilian defender, who only signed a new contract last summer after failed bids from both Premier League sides, has started only seven games for the Ligue 1 table toppers this season and is growing increasingly frustrated by his lack of action.
PSG are unlikely to deal in January but in an interview with Journal du Dimanche, the 21-year-old centre back admitted that he is running out of patience.
He said: “Like everybody, I am always thinking about getting into the starting XI. But you have to respect the coach’s decision and that of the board.
“I will continue to work in order to get my place. But it is true that there will be a moment where I want more. We can not always be used to the bench.
“Six months remain for me to win trophies and to try to become a starter. After that, we will see what happens.”