Serge Aurier has been told that he’s free to leave the club this summer, with Paris Saint-Germain having signed Dani Alves.

Aurier is only 24 and has already spent a lot of time in the headlines, not always for the right reasons. He was suspended by PSG after comments he made about the manager on Periscope in 2016 and was forced to make a public apology.

Later the same year, he was given a two-month suspended prison sentence for elbowing a police officer, and he missed PSG’s match against Arsenal as a result – the criminal conviction prevented him getting a visa.

Now Dani Alves has joined the Parisians as a potential replacement for the Ivorian, according to The Sun, leaving Aurier free to leave the club. This would seem fairly short-sighted if true, given Alves only has a few years left at the top level and Aurier is so young, but may be as a result of his indiscipline.

Manchester United could be the right-back’s next destination. Arsenal were linked with Aurier when he initially moved to France, and he seemed to confirm that he planned to join the Gunners to a fan at the time. However, it seems unlikely the Gunners will move for him now, with Hector Bellerín and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain providing options on the right hand side.