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Menez relishes PSG competition from Moura
The France international is positive over the Brazilian winger's arrival at the club, saying it will provide competition for places and strengthen the sideParis Saint-Germain winger Jeremy Menez says he is feeling positive about Lucas Moura's arrival at the French club.
Winger Moura joined the Paris-based side in January on a four-and-a-half-year contract from Sao Paulo and will be directly competing with Menez for a position in the starting XI.
And in an interview with Telefoot, Menez insisted that the signing of the Brazilian will have a positive impact on the squad and added that he will relish the competition for a starting berth.
"The competition is not something that scares me, I'm afraid of no one," insisted the Rouge-et-Bleu winger.
"Lucas Moura is someone who comes in as an addition to help the team - so much the better.
"Quite simply, the best will play," he added.
PSG currently lie third in Ligue 1 and next face Bordeaux on Sunday.
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