Speculation continues to suggest that the 24-year-old’s days in the French capital are numbered, with interest mounting in his services.
Chelsea have been credited with holding a long-term interest in the combative midfielder, with the Blues one of a few sides that boast the financial firepower required to put a deal in place.
It is, however, talk of a possible return to his homeland that is building at present, with Verratti said to form part of ambitious plans at Inter.
Recent reports have suggested that a €78 million summer bid could be tabled from the San Siro, with the Nerazzurri prepared to spend big in an effort to reclaim domestic dominance.
Verratti’s representative doubts a Serie A switch will be made, though, as his client is settled at Parc des Princes and setting his sights on more major honours.
Donato Di Campli told Goal on the possibility of an Italian homecoming being made: "I believe that would be a major difficulty.
“Marco is more than happy with his adventure at Paris Saint-Germain, a club with which he has a contract until 2021 and one where he is greatly admired by the supporters. It's obvious that he wants to win."
Di Campli has admitted in the past to having received offers from Serie A, telling TeleLombardia in December: "There are a lot of teams interested in him, but you would have to ask PSG.
"Will he stay in Paris for life? I can assure you - no. I can confirm that he has had offers from Italy, but I have no news at the moment.”
Verratti has made 28 appearances for club and country this season, netting two goals.