The story between PSG and Marco Verratti will continue for a few more years. As journalist Gianluca Di Marzio mentioned, we can confirm that the 30-year-old Italian midfielder is looking to extend his contract with the Parisian club. Initially linked with PSG until 2024 with PSG, Verratti has reached an agreement with Parisian leaders to extend his loan until 2026. All parties in this case agree, and the formalization of this contract extension should happen very soon.
The positive result left no doubt given the intentions of the capital club and Marco Verratti, who is very attached to PSG and eager to continue his career in the city where he has grown as a player and as a person since signing in the summer. 2012. “I have reached the age when you grow up, 18 years old, this is the age when your mind opens up, is forged. I come from a small town of 5,000 people and Paris was big for me. But today it becomes almost like a small town. I know a lot of people and feel at home,” he told us last May. I’m doing what I love the most, playing football with the world’s greatest footballers. I have everything I need in Paris. »
With this new contract extension, the 2021 European champion continues to be a part of PSG’s history, where he is the oldest member of the workforce. The Italian has played 398 games for PSG and could very soon become the club’s top scorer, overtaking Jean-Marc Pilorge (435 games) in the number of games played in red and blue.
This extension may appeal to other employees. The leaders are also discussing loan extensions with Lionel Messi and Prenel Kimpembe.