Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Marco Verratti is definitely not going to Juventus at the end of the season, according to his agent Donato Di Campli.
Verratti and his agent will be in attendance at the Stade Louis-II on Wednesday to watch the Champions League semi-final first-leg between AS Monaco and Juventus.
However, Di Campli made it clear that they will not be meeting with any Bianconeri officials regarding a transfer, because Verratti is staying in Paris.
"We're not meeting anybody — we're just here to watch the game — and at the moment there is zero chance of anything happening in future," De Campli told Sky Sport Italia.
"We've just been together to discuss the situation."
He added: "The PSG president has told us he is staying there and we've taken note.
"He's an important player, but we will make our considerations. Right now, PSG feel that they cannot do without Marco. They want to rebuild around him and that is why, for now, it is hard to see him anywhere else.
"But if he is to stay in Paris, he must be the most important person there.
"Marco is 24 and he needs to start winning things like other champions, and if we think that Ligue 1 is the objective, then we've got it all wrong."