The agent of Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Marco Verratti has ruled out the possibility of his client leaving the French capital in the January transfer window.
The 24-year-old has been linked with a number of top sides in Europe, with Serie A duo Juventus and Inter Milan said to be frontrunners for the midfielder's signature.
However, the former Pescara man's agent dismissed these claims, suggesting that an enticing offer would have to be made to lure the player away from the club, as he is currently happy in Paris.
"Verratti to leave PSG? It is a repetitive question," Donato Di Campli told Radio Crc, as quoted by ESPN.
"I repeat – it would have to be an offer out of reach for any Italian club. I think he is not for sale.
"Inter? Most big clubs are thinking about him, but the problem is that he is already at a big club and one that does not want to part with its champions," he concluded.