Thiago Motta’s agent has insisted his client is committed to Paris Saint-Germain and there has been no interest from Juventus.
Having arrived in Paris in January 2012, Motta helped PSG lift their first Ligue 1 title in 19 years last season and has been a regular under new coach Laurent Blanc this term.
The former Inter and Genoa man has appeared in eight of PSG’s nine matches in the French top flight in 2013-14, but reports had linked him with a move back to Italy with Juventus.
The 31-year-old spent four years in Serie A before moving to the French capital, but his agent Alessandro Canovi denied he would be making a return.
“The information put out regarding Juventus’ interest in Thiago Motta is false,” Canovi told Le 10 Sport. “Neither Juventus, nor any other club have contacted me.
“I get along very well with Fabio Paratici, the sporting director of Juventus, and he never called me to ask about Thiago.
“Motta feels great at PSG and believes that the club is one of the new major European forces. That’s why he decided to leave Inter for PSG.
“Thiago is convinced he made the right choice and he wants to stay in Paris for a long time. This is his first priority and the club is high on him as well.”