Bordeaux president Jean-Louis Triaud has admitted an approach from Lyon for Yoann Gourcuff but says they are 'not attracted' about any potential deal.
Gourcuff has been widely tipped to leave Parc Lescure after returning from South Africa, where he was on World Cup duty with France.
Arsenal and Lyon have been among the clubs linked with the 23-year-old, and while the French outfit have enquired about the playmaker, Triaud believes nothing more will come of it.
He told 20 minutes: "An official from Lyon called one of our officials to talk. But there was no concrete proposition, it all remained vague.
"Frankly, we don't care, we are absolutely not attracted (to selling him to Lyon)."
Last month, Lyon president Jean-Michael Aulas admitted the club were interested in the player but would not be in the hunt for his signature as he would cost too much.