The Italian international midfielder believes the star duo will soon put an end to speculation about their future and sign a new deal with the League 1 giants.
Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Marco Varretti says he is confident both Neymar and Kylian Mbepi will sign new contracts with the club.
The superstar offensive pair are both out of contract in 2022, with the obligation to sell them in the summer if no agreement is reached – PSG, a year later, will not want to send them away for free.
Sporting director Leonardo has confirmed that talks are under way, and Verratti believes it is a question of when and if the pair will commit to the Champions League runners-up.
“Every day I ask Neymar and Mbabane to stay,” he said TF1The ‘Telefoot’ program. “Sometimes I would say to Callian: ‘Did you sign? Did you sign?
“I don’t think it will be long before they come to an agreement because they are both happy here.”
Variety, meanwhile, admits that there is no better place to play football than Park des Prince at the moment.
“Neymar and Mbabane are one of the best teams in the world,” he added. “Really, I don’t think PSG is a better team. We can make history by winning the Champions League. ”
The Italian international, meanwhile, has been linked with Barcelona on a regular basis in the past, but is committed to the club until 2024 and is fully pleased with the situation he has found himself in.
“I love this club,” he said. “Playing nine years in the same team at this level is not something that many players can say.
“However, the important thing for me is to win in PSG.”
Meanwhile, the Parisian club has finished its work to win League 1 this season. He is under pressure from a number of teams, including Marseille, Montpellier and Sunday’s opponents Lyon.
“OL is a team that I love to watch,” he admitted. “Play a beautiful brand of sports football.
“But we have to show that we are a better team. I think we are favorites but we still have to prove it. ”
The 28-year-old has played nine times for PSG this season, has been plagued by injuries and illness and has provided only support. He is still waiting for his first goal.