Brazil international and PSG captain Marquinhos, whose deal with Paris Saint-Germain runs out on June 2024, is on the verge of signing an extension to remain with PSG until the end of the 2026-27 season, according to Fabrizio Romano.
Romano, in Thursday's entry of his newsletter, wrote that "discussions between Marquinhos and PSG over new contract are progressing to the final stages," also saying that it is all now "just matter of details" for both parties to agree on a new contract.
According to Romano "Marquinhos has accepted almost all the conditions of PSG new deal, expected to be valid until June 2027." This would see the Brazilian extend his relationship with Paris Saint-Germain for three more seasons than those already present on his current contract with the Parisian organization, running out on June 2024.
Marquinhos, who will turn 29 years old in May, arrived in Paris all the way back in the summer of 2013, nearly 10 years ago. He did so coming from Serie A side AS Roma when he was still a teenager and having played 26 games for the Italian side in his lone professional season there.
In his time at PSG, Marquinhos has played a grand total of 387 games in all competitions while starting 356 of those (92%) contributing 38 goals with nine assists added to that tally. Marquinhos has won seven Ligue 1 titles with PSG while also lifting six Coupe de France titles, six Coupe de la Ligue titles, and seven Trophee des Champions titles during his time in Paris.
As a member of the Brazil international team, Marquinhos has logged 74 caps through eight years of playing at the top of the international level scoring five goals and assisting one. He won the 2019 Copa America with his nation.