Italian midfielder Thiago Motta will not be leaving Paris Saint-Germain, according to the player’s official representative.
Earlier this week Tuttosport had suggested that Juventus were considering a January move for the Italy international, but it appears there is no truth in the rumours.
Motta’s official representative has moved to reject speculations linking his client with a winter switch to Turin.
“The information put out by Tuttosport regarding Juventus’ interest in Thiago Motta is false,” agent Alessandro 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.”
Thiago Motta came through the youth ranks at Barcelona and went on to feature in 96 league matches for the Catalans before joining Atletico Madrid in the summer of 2007.
Following a disappointing spell with los Colchoneros, the midfielder moved to Italian Serie A, where he enjoyed a lot of success with Genoa and Inter Milan.
The 31-year-old has been at Parc des Princes since January 2012 and has so far made 34 league appearances for the Saints, scoring 3 goals in the process.