Motherwell have turned down an offer from Rangers for defender Mark Reynolds.
Reynolds caught the eye as he played every one of Motherwell's games last season and Rangers are reported to have made a bid of between £750,000 and £1million.
However, Motherwell manager Mark McGhee has knocked back the approach and insisted the Scotland Under 21 international is not for sale at any price.
Manager Mark McGhee last week rejected an offer from Hearts to stay at Fir Park for Motherwell's Uefa Cup campaign.
He has been assured by chairman John Boyle that none of his top players will be leaving the club this summer.
"It was part of my discussions with John and one of the reasons why I didn't go to Hearts," McGhee explained.
"I was given guarantees that none of our top players would be sold this summer.
"Even if Rangers were to offer £5million for Mark Reynolds it wouldn't matter to me because I would tell John that this time next season he could be worth £10million.
"Our top players are not for sale and if they are sold then I will be going out the door with them."