Italian midfielder Marco Veratti could switch clubs in the summer after four years with French champions Paris St Germain according to his agent who hints that Champions League success is a huge lure for his client.
Di Campli told French media outlet L’Equipe: “Our goal is always the same: to win the Champions League with PSG, which is also the ambition of the club.
“It’s not a question of getting Marco out at any price, but he wants to win this event. And if this is not possible at PSG, then he will do it elsewhere.”
Champions League success continues to elude 4-time Ligue Un winners as they have exited Europe’s premiere club competition at the quarterfinal stage in each of the last four years.
PSG continue their Champions League campaign at the Parc des Princes today against Barcelona, a side that Veratti has been linked with severally. There are many who see the minute midfielder as the perfect successor to Xavi, a player whose absence has left a hole in midfield for the Spanish giants.
There are also rumours linking him to a reunion with former Italy coach Antonio Conte who is now at Chelsea as well as a possible return to Italy to sign for Juventus.