The Italy international is continually being linked with a move away from PSG, but his representative says that his client will not join the Partenopei
A number of recent reports suggested that the Serie A outfit are keen to lure the young midfielder back to Italy ahead of the 2013-14 campaign, but the 20-year-old’s representative has made it clear that the Partenopei have missed their chance to sign his client.
"A move to Napoli? I don't think so. That's fantasy football. Verratto to Napoli is a ship that has already sailed,” Di Campli told Radio Kiss Kiss.
“[Aurelio] De Laurentiis was ready to take him, but [Walter] Mazzarri preferred to let him stay at Pescara for another year. That's that and there's no way around it.
"I would be angry if I were De Laurentiis. Napoli are a first-class team that has achieved a lot, but they could have done even more.
”Marco is feeling very well at PSG now and has an ongoing contract with them.”
The Italy international’s contract with the Ligue 1 champions runs until June 2017.