Marco Verratti's brother Stefano reckons his brother could finish his career at PSG
The 24-year-old has been heavily linked with a move to a host of top European clubs including Manchester United and Barcelona.
TalkSPORT claimed earlier this month PSG were willing to sell Verratti if a £70million offer was put on the table.
But his brother has quashed rumours of him leaving the club by suggesting that the Italy international is happy in Paris and is willing to see out his career in the French capital.
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"My brother has always been grateful and full of respect to the club for bringing him here and making him a part of the team," Stefano told French newspaper L'Equipe.
"I think that, if he can, he will remain in Paris for the rest of his life.
"He is very attached to the city – it is where his son was born. It is in Paris that Marco has become a man.
"Teammates come and go, but the club and the city remain the same."
Marco Verratti has scored two goals in 20 Ligue 1 appearances for PSG this season
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However, Stefano admits that should he decide to leave PSG he will return to Italy – not England or Spain.
He added: "As far as I am concerned, Marco will only return to Italy once PSG decide his work here is done and he is no longer useful.
"What I hope is that when he's 30, 32 he'll come back to finish his career with [boyhood club] Pescara.
"He could have a penultimate year in China and the last one with Pescara!"