Marco Verratti would be open to leaving PSG if major silveware eludes him in Paris, the 23-year-old’s agent said.
However, Donato Di Campli pointed out the midfielder, who signed a contract keeping him at the club until 2021, is happy at the Ligue 1 club for now.
“We are obviously pleased with that PSG firmly believes in Marco,” he told French publication So Foot in reference to the deal, but added: “contracts are made and unmade in three minutes.
“Marco is happy to be there, but he wants to win something important. We can not stay in a team that does not win.”
Verratti has won four league titles, two French Cups and three French League Cups, but his club have been knocked out of the Champions League at the quarter-final stage for the last four seasons.
He joined the French champions from Italian side Pescara in 2012 and before signing his new contract in the summer, was linked with a move to Man United.
“When it was put to him that it was hard to see the player remaining at the club, Di Campli agreed.
“It is a matter of motivation. Occasionally, you have to try new adventures, but not now, because we hope to stay as long as possible.”