Manchester United, Chelsea Football Club and Barcelona target Marco Verratti is set to commit his future to Paris Saint-Germain. Elsewhere, Liverpool has not made an approach to sign Ajax midfielder Hakim Ziyech, despite claims that the Reds are moving to snap him up as a replacement for Philippe Coutinho, while Ligue 1 club Nice are closing in on the capture of the Celtic target and Manchester City youngster Patrick Roberts. Here's a full report of these soccer transfer news:

Verrati set to sign new PSG deal

According to 90min, Marco Verrati has decided to commit his future to Paris Saint-Germain and has agreed on a new mouthwatering deal.

Marco Verrati is said to have been linked with Manchester United, Chelsea and Barcelona but now looks set to snub offers from those clubs by signing a new contract. The midfielder decision to stay put will apparently complete a successful few days for Paris Saint-Germain after they secure the landing of Neymar Jr from Barcelona. Verrati's new deal is expected to be worth more than “double” his current $137,000 weekly wage, taking his annual earnings close to the $14million mark.

Liverpool sees Hakim Ziyech as Coutinho's replacement

Phillipe Coutinho's future at Liverpool is continuing to “intensify” with Barcelona not giving on the Brazil international and Liverpool now sees Ajax's Hakim Ziyech as a potential replacement should Barca eventually signs Coutinho.

But, according to this is Anfield, Liverpool Football Club has not yet made a formal approach for Hakim Ziyech. However, it has been suggested that Ajax Amsterdam are not ready to part ways with the Morocco international and Liverpool FC will be compelled to shift their attention elsewhere should Ajax keep to their stance.

Hakim Ziyech, 24, impressed for Ajax Amsterdam last season as the Dutch Eredivisie outfit reached the finals of the UEFA Europa League but failed to lift the trophy as they lost to Manchester United

OGC Nice close in Patrick Roberts

OGC Nice are on the verge of finalizing Patrick Roberts' move from Manchester City and a deal could be reached in the coming days, according to the Sun.

Nice were in fine form last season and finished third in the French Ligue 1. The French club is due to play Napoli in their Champions League play off round and want to register Patrick Roberts in their team. Patrick Roberts spent 18 months on loan to Scottish club Celtic, a spell which finished at the end of the last term.