Juventus star Miralem Pjanic said Paris Saint-Germain are a "club where all players are ready to go" amid links with the French champions.
Pjanic is contracted to Serie A holders Juventus until 2023 but the Bosnia-Herzegovina international has reportedly emerged as a transfer target for both PSG and Real Madrid.
The 29-year-old has scored four goals this season to help Juve claim their eighth successive Scudetto and reach the Champions League quarter-finals.
Asked about reported interest from Paris, former Metz and Lyon midfielder Pjanic told Canal+: "PSG are among the best European clubs. In the Champions League, they want to take a step.
"It's a club where all players are ready to go. This club is respected and there is a good chance of winning the Champions League there."
Pjanic, who has been in Turin since leaving Italian rivals Roma in 2016, added: "Everything is possible. It's been eight years I've been in Italy.
"I'm at a very big club. We must find an agreement [with Juventus] but I don't think about all that right now. I just think about finishing my season.
"We'll see what happens during the holidays, but I respect this club and we have good players there. I can say my aim for the next few years is to win the Champions League.
"With my family, I feel good in Italy. The country lives football and as a player you live well there. You see the difference with France, for example. It's good to live."