Serie A outfit Palermo insist they have no intention of selling star man Javier Pastore.
The Argentine playmaker is reported to be attracting interest from afar, with Manchester United, Chelsea and Juventus all said to be keen.
However, Palmero director Walter Sabatini is adamant the 20-year is going nowhere.
"Pastore will not be sold," he claimed.
"It won't happen in June, neither next season. He represents the future of this club and this is why we won't accept any bid for him."
Palermo have invested heavily in the stars of tomorrow over recent years, having offloaded a number of the more experienced members of their squad to bigger clubs.
Abel Hernandez, a teenage forward from Uruguay, is also believed to have caught the eye of potential suitors, but once again Sabatini insists there is no chance of a deal being struck.
"Abel Hernandez is another of our youngsters who will not be going anywhere," he continued.
"It is not true that Arsenal have made an offer for him."
The Sicilians are currently flying high in Serie A and have their sights set on a top four finish and UEFA Champions League qualification.