Marco Verratti remains a Juventus fan but is happy to stay at Paris Saint-Germain, according to the player's agent.
The 21-year-old has been consistently linked with a possible return to Italy, with a number of rumours suggesting he could be used as a makeweight in a deal to bring French midfielder Paul Pogba to Paris during the summer.
Donato Di Campli admits his client would most likely consider the Bianconeri first should he ever be deemed surplus to requirements at Parc des Princes, but insists he has no intention of leaving at present.
"Marco is well at PSG," Di Campli said to assembled reporters on Friday.
"If the club were to come to us and say he was not in their plans we would evaluate the options. You all know he is a fan of Juve, but at the moment I've had no signs of this."
Di Campli later went on to quash talk of a possible switch to Fiorentina, with Vincenzo Montella credited with an interest in the Italy international.
"I've heard Fiorentina [rumoured] in recent months, but the situation has not changed," he told Violanews.com.
"Verratti is a PSG player and has no intention of moving. Paris is a top club, he's fine and he will not change jersey.
"I've read of interest from Juventus, Fiorentina. It's not a question of the team. Marco isn't thinking of a transfer."