Sporting director Leonardo has claimed that Paris Saint-Germain have no intention of selling Kylian Mbappe during the summer.
While the France international still has over two-and-a-half years remaining on his contract, it has been suggested that Real Madrid and Liverpool are considering big-money offers at the end of the season.
However, after PSG earned a 2-2 draw with Real in the Champions League on Tuesday night, Leonardo has dismissed the possibility of a sale in 2020.
When quizzed on contract discussions between the two parties, Leonardo is quoted by Marca as saying: "We're advancing slowly, but we're advancing.
"He will 100% stay at PSG. He is 100% a PSG player. He is here and the rest doesn't matter."
Mbappe has scored 70 goals from 100 appearances since moving to PSG in 2017.