The striker was linked with a move away from the Ligue 1 champions during the summer, but his current club expect him to stay put for the remainder of his career
The PSG president then went on to discuss the Sweden international's chances of winning the Fifa Ballon d'Or and stated that he feels Ibrahimovic deserves to win the prestigious individual award following his good performances in 2013.
The 32-year-old was linked with Juventus and Real Madrid during the summer transfer window, but eventually opted to stay put and signed a new contract with PSG until the summer of 2016, much to the delight of Al-Khelaifi.
"He's said he wanted to retire at this club and it will be his last club," Al-Khelaifi told BBC Sport.
"I think he is one of the best three players in the world.
"He deserves to be the best player in the world this year with the things he is doing."
Ibrahimovic has already scored 12 goals in all competitions for PSG this season, including seven in four Champions League outings.