The Italy international is continually linked with a return to Serie A but he says that he wants to stay at the Parc des Princes for as long as possibleMarco Verratti says he could not be happier at Paris Saint-Germain, revealing that he would like to spend the rest of his life in the French capital.
The Italy international left Pescara for PSG in the summer of 2012, after turning down the chance to move to Juventus.
The midfielder is consistently linked with a return to Serie A but he insists that despite the intense competition for places at the Parc des Princes, which has only intensified following the January arrival of Yohan Cabaye from Newcastle, he has no intention of leaving the Ligue 1 champions any time soon.
"Yohan, he's a great guy," Verratti told beIN Sport. "He will help us as he's a really great player. Even though I know that he's come here to play in midfield, I don't feel any danger at all.
"[Paris] is a beautiful city and I would like to live here all my life!"