Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Thiago Motta has denied rumours about a move to Juventus claiming he is happy at the French champions.
Motta has been linked with a move to the Italian champions but says he has no plans of leaving the Parisian outfit, reports fourfourtwo.com.
"As for Juventus or Napoli or other teams, I'm frankly not interested," Motta is quoted as saying.
"I really think that PSG is my home, I don't want to leave.
"I've read about these rumours because friends in Italy have told me about it but at this particular moment in my career I'm definitely not interested.
"I'm great here, I'm only thinking about training hard and playing great for Paris Saint-Germain, nothing else is on my mind, nothing."
Earlier this month Motta's agent, Alessandro Canovi, moved to deny reports linking his client back to Italy.
"I think Thiago's happy in Paris. He has a contract which expires in 2015, but I know from a reliable source that the people running the club like him a lot and I don't think there will be a problem with a potential contract extension," he said.
"In France, they call him “The Boss”. He's a player who's happy where he is, but it's always nice to hear praise."
The former Barcelona midfielder joined PSG from Inter in January 2012 but made just 11 Ligue 1 appearances in last season's championship-winning campaign.
This season, however, Motta has featured 11 times for PSG and played for Italy in the qualifiers against Denmark and Armenia earlier this month.
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