The Swede was the driving force behind Les Parisiens' fourth Ligue 1 title in a row, which they secured on Sunday.
Ibrahimovic - who hit 27 goals in just 24 appearances - will be free to join another club in the summer, however, with clubs in China and the United States amongst the frontrunners.
However, Al-Khelaifi insists the capital outfit want the mercurial 34-year-old to stay after witnessing PSG seal another successful title run with an emphatic 9-0 win at Troyes.
"Paris is magic, Ibra is magic. Everyone want Zlatan to stay. We will speak with him," the club official told reporters.
Ibrahimovic has won a remarkable 10 trophies since moving to France from AC Milan in 2012.
He will be hoping to add the Champions League to his impressive haul at the end of the current campaign, after inspiring his side to the quarter-finals of the competition with a win over Chelsea.
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