Rudi Garcia has reiterated Roma's no-sale position over Miralem Pjanic after hailing new signing Radja Nainggolan as one for the future.
Manchester United and Paris Saint-Germain were following Pjanic this transfer window, though the latter recently admitted defeat.
PSG president Nasser Al-Khelaifi admitted to admiring Pjanic, but is aware of Roma's stance, with the player seemingly heading towards a five-year contract renewal.
Roma are due to take on Sampdoria in tomorrow's Coppa Italia last-16 clash.
And Garcia, who oversaw Nainggolan's arrival at the club from Cagliari, today told a press conference relayed by Sky Italia: "Nothing changes for Pjanic.
"I won’t speak of the market, but I will about Nainggolan since he is a Roma player. With him, we are stronger.
"His is not just a purchase for the second half of season but also for the future. If we play in Europe next season it’s not bad to have a player of his calibre."
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