Rennes have revealed they have no plans to cash in on Yann M'Vila this summer, despite interest from a host of European clubs.
The defensive minded midfielder has been continually linked with a move away from the Ligue 1 side, despite signing a contract extension earlier this summer.
However, despite Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester United's watchful eye, M'Vila won't be leaving Rennes.
"M'Vila will stay at Rennes - there are no plans to sell him and the rest is just rumour," he said.
Reports suggested that the new contract offered to M'Vila would increase his market value ahead of when Arsenal, Liverpool and United came calling earlier this summer, however the club appear unwilling to part with the 21-year-old.
Arsenal and United could offer M'Vila Champions League football, if a deal were to be arranged, while Liverpool's resurgence under Kenny Dalglish may given the Frenchman reason to consider a move to Anfield.
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