The teenage striker has burst onto the scene at Genoa, with two goals netted in four games this season.
He has already made history by becoming the first 16-year-old to net twice in a major league fixture, having bagged a brace in a 3-2 defeat to Lazio.
Pellegri’s exploits are now drawing interest from afar, with leading sides across Europe forming part of a large group of suitors.
The Italy U-17 international’s representative is not surprised by the admiring glances, but has told Secolo XIX that no formal approaches have been received as yet.
Giuseppe Riso said: “I am not in contact with anyone at the moment.
“We are talking about a very powerful striker. Let’s just say he has the characteristics of a young Zlatan Ibrahimovic. He’s not just a revelation in Italy, but one of the best young European players.
“Don’t forget, at the age of 16, he bagged a brace against Lazio. It’s not surprising he has been linked with PSG, as many big European clubs are tracking him.”
Pellegri has been a rare positive for Genoa so far this season, with the team struggling in Serie A where they are currently languishing in 19th spot, having collected just two points from seven games so far.