Marco Verratti's agent has warned suitors that he costs more than his weight in gold, stating that the midfielder intends to honour his contract at Paris Saint-Germain.
The playmaker has been constantly linked with a move back to Serie A, with Inter and Juventus named as potential destinations, while interest from Arsenal and Chelsea has been mentioned in recent weeks.
Verratti's future has come under scrutiny as there have been rumours that he is unhappy playing under Unai Emery at Parc des Princes, with the French champions struggling this term.
However, agent Donato Di Campli has rubbished such talk and adds that clubs are unlikely to ever be able to match PSG's valuation of their star.
"How much does he cost? It's difficult, it'd take a lot of gold bullion," the representative told Premium Sport.
"So much… and even then it won't be enough. I think that he doesn't have a price because PSG don't want to sell him.
"Marco has a contract until 2021 and he wants to respect it, winning the league and the Champions League."
Verratti has been at PSG since 2012 when he joined them for €12 million, making nearly 200 appearances in all competitions there since and winning four Ligue 1 titles.