The promising youngster is happy at the French giants and is not thinking about leaving in the foreseeable futureMarco Verratti has laughed off suggestions he could leave Paris Saint-Germain at the end of the season amid reports that Juventus are keen to lure him back to Italy.
The 21-year-old has developed into a key player at the Ligue 1 champions since joining the club from Pescara in the summer of 2012 and his good performances in France have not gone unnoticed in his native country.
Nevertheless, a transfer is not an option for Verratti at the moment as he is loving life at PSG.
"Nothing can make me leave Paris Saint-Germain. I am feeling very well here," Verratti told L'Equipe.
"I am feeling just fine both on and off the pitch. Not everybody gets the chance to be a starter at a big club like this and develop into a better player.
"PSG are a great team with a lot of ambition. The club has an interesting project going on and has some big objectives.
"At this point, I don't think there's any chance that I will leave this club."
Verratti has a contract with PSG until June 2018.