Paris Saint Germain midfielder Marco Verratti has stated that though he is flattered with the apparent interest in his signature from the likes of Chelsea and Manchester United he sees his long term future in the French capital, according to the Daily Express.
The Italian international has played a key role in helping the Ligue 1 giants defend their title by making 46 appearances across all competitions.
His form has been of a spectacular standard, too, leading the likes of Arsenal, Chelsea and Manchester United, with Real Madrid and Juventus all said to be keen on prizing him away from the French capital.
But the 22-year-old has seemingly shaken off the speculation by insisting that he fully intends to stay with PSG.
“To see that the big teams of Europe have their eyes on you means you’re doing things right, but I have always said that my priority is to continue with PSG if they want me,” he said.
“I’m really good at the club and in the city. I’m part of a great project and we want to win the Champions League.”
Verratti joined PSG from Italian side Pescara back in 2012, and after an indifferent start he has gone on to make 88 appearances for the club, scoring two goals in the process.