Bordeaux duo Lilian Laslandes and Ulrich Rame have signed contract extensions.
Veteran striker Laslandes, whose contract was due to expire this week, has penned a new one-year deal with Les Girondins.
The former Sunderland star has scored 119 goals in Ligue 1, and will hope to add a few more to his collection in what could be his final season.
Captain and talismanic goalkeeper Rame, 33, will stay at Stade Chaban-Delmas until 2009, to take his Bordeaux career past the 10-year mark.
Youngster Julien Faubert, who will travel to the European Under-21 Championships with France this month, has also penned a two-year extension.
Brazilian revelation Fernando Menegazzo, meanwhile, has made his loan move from Italian side Siena permanent.
The 25-year-old midfielder impressed boss Ricardo during his season-long loan, and is expected to play a massive part in the club's next campaign.
Bruno Cheyrou is still registered with Liverpool but is negotiating a full transfer after a superb first season back in France, while Denilson is believed to be close to signing a new contract.
Jean-Claude Darcheville's future is still shrouded in uncertainty, with the striker currently embroiled in talks with the club.
Ricardo's attempts to bring in new players have so far proved fruitless.
Brazil international Ze Roberto is out of contract at Bayern Munich and had been Ricardo's number one target, but his wage demands have prevented a possible switch.
Lyon's Benoit Pedretti had also been linked with a move to Bordeaux, but the two parties have failed to agree on a fee.