Paris Saint-Germain president Nasser Al-Khelaifi has said he is confident Lionel Messi will stay at the club and expressed his interest in signing Manchester United's Marcus Rashford on a free transfer.
Messi's contract at PSG runs out next June and reports have linked the Argentina captain with a move to Major League Soccer side Inter Miami, although sources told ESPN last month that he had not agreed a deal to join them.
The 35-year-old could trigger a one-year extension at PSG as part of his present deal, and, in an interview with Sky Sports, Al-Khelaifi said the forward was "happy" at the Parc des Princes and "definitely" wanted to stay for longer.
"He's very happy, you can see that with the national team," Al-Khelaifi said.
"If a player's not happy you will see their performance not good for the national team. He performed fantastic this season for us, he's scored a lot of goals and assists for the national team and for the club.