The midfielder, who has been in France since 2012, has a long-standing relationship with Paris: the announcement came in a pre-match match against Strasbourg. “I am proud to extend my contract – said Verratti – I arrived in Paris more than 10 years ago and today I consider it my second home”
Marco Verratti joins Paris Saint-Germain for life. The Italian midfielder renewed with the Parisian club until 2026, extending the expiration of the previous contract by two years. Therefore, Verratti will wear the Paris Saint-Germain shirt until the age of 34. An announcement arrived at the Parc des Princes, before kick-off against Strasbourg. “Paris Saint-Germain and its president, Nasser Al-Khelaifi, are happy to announce the Christmas gift, the extension until 2026, from Marco Verratti,” the spokesman told the fans present at the stadium.
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“I am proud to extend my contract with Paris Saint-Germain,” said Verratti. I came to Paris more than 10 years ago, a city that I consider my second home. I’ve always had a lot of support from the club and the fans since I started and I’m very grateful for that, for me it was clear that my story would continue here, and I hope to win many titles in the red and blue shirt.”
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The PSG president is also satisfied with Verratti’s extension, Nasser Al-Khulaifi: “We are very happy to see Marco Verratti continue his brilliant career at Paris Saint-Germain. Marco has been a pivotal figure in shaping the history and success of Paris Saint-Germain over the past 10 years, being one of the best players of his generation. Marco’s renewal testifies to the continuous growth and great ambitions of our club Which is great news for Paris Saint-Germain and for our fans.”
Verratti arrived in Paris in 2012 from Pescara for 12 million euros 399 impressions in the Paris Saint-Germain shirt, which is the second ever in the club’s history behind Jean-Marc Bellorget (435 matches). A record that Verratti will be able to achieve in the coming years. Blue midfielder He won 29 titles With Paris, he is the most successful footballer in the club’s history.