Manchester United have rejected a "significant offer" from French champions Paris Saint-Germain for winger Adnan Januzaj, according to the Guardian.
The 18-year-old, who has lit up Old Trafford this season since making his senior debut in August's Community Shield, is widely regarded as the best player to emerge from the Red Devils' youth academy for years.
Subsequently, United have no interest in negotiating with any club over the potential sale of Januzaj in the current transfer window.
But oil-rich PSG remain determined to land the teenager, who signed a long-term contract with the Premier League champions in October.
The Belgium-born winger, who reportedly has a preference to play his international football for Kosovo, has made 21 appearances in all competitions this season, scoring three goals.
And, with the exception of Wayne Rooney, Januzaj has arguably been United's most impressive player under Sir Alex Ferguson's successor David Moyes.
However, after United splashed out a club-record £37.1m on Spanish playmaker Juan Mata, could PSG tempt the Red Devils into selling the gifted left-footed youngster?