Paris St Germain have refused to budge on their stance over want-away star Stephane Sessegnon.
The Benin international has demanded a move following a spat with coach Antoine Kombouare.
Sunderland have made a move to sign him, but PSG are not interested in letting him leave.
He is currently even refusing to train, as well as not playing for the club, something which has been met with substantial fines.
At the moment for every training session he misses, he is fined €5,000 and every match missed costs him €20,000.
To try and agree a way forward Sessegnon and his representatives met with PSG president Robin Leproux on Wednesday.
But after a few hours at the Parc des Princes, the situation remains the same in that PSG are refusing to let him leave.
Sessegnon is staying hopeful he will get his move, but at the moment he remains in limbo.