Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is keen to keep hold of Samir Nasri as rumours continue over the France international's future.
The 24-year old midfielder netted 15 goals for the Gunners last season and has attracted interest from all over the world - as well as from Premier League rivals Manchester United and Manchester City.
French publication L'Equipe has claimed Nasri has rejected Arsenal's offer of a new contract as he looks to push through a move away from the Emirates.
But Wenger said of his compatriot: "We will do everything to keep Nasri at the club. My wish is that he stays here.
"If he looks back he can see that he's come quite a long way with us, and I think there is still a bit to do. It's the club that makes the player's career."
On the potential departures of Cesc Fabregas and Gael Clichy, Wenger added: "Obviously we want them to stay. They are part of Arsenal and big players for the club so we want them to stay, but we will see."
Real Madrid have reportedly joined arch rivals Barcelona in bidding for Fabregas' services, while it understood Clichy's purported switch to Manchester City is well on course.