Aurier, while insisting a great affection for the club, admits the manner of his departure - where he took aim at former coach Laurent Blanc - means he's unlikely to ever re-sign for the French giants.
He told Canal+: "Go back to PSG? But do you think I can answer that? When I say that Paris is my favourite club, I don't want some journalists to say, 'no he doesn't have the right to say that, why does he say it's his favourite club?'
"But of course I answer, it is the club that I liked the most of all the clubs I have been to. First there is Lens because that's where I was trained. But the one where I made myself as a man, as a professional, where I made myself known the most by my qualities, is Paris. This is where I had the most fun.
"Being little before arriving in Lens, Paris was my club so you can imagine… One day, that would not bother me, with pleasure. Because it's my favourite club, I'm never going to refuse a proposal from Paris, that's for sure.
"But today I'm in a situation where I'm fine with my club, I wrote something there, but maybe the chapter is not over.
"If it doesn't show up, I'm fine where I am and it's going great for me."
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