Paris St Germain pair Guillaume Hoarau and Stephane Sessegnon have insisted that they have not yet agreed to leave the club.
Both players have been reported to be on their way out of the French capital before the start of the new Ligue 1 season, but they have played down reports despite confessing they have doubts over their long-term futures.
German side Schalke have been linked with a 10million euro bid to take striker Hoarau to the Bundesliga, where he could link up with Spanish legend Raul.
However Hoarau denied that any deal had been done and that he was still happy to be at PSG, with whom he has a contract until 2013.
"I am still Parisian for now," he said.
"I will still be tomorrow. At present, the market is open until August 31st."
Sessegnon has also been speculated to be leaving the club, with a host of potential suitors interested in his signature, but he also stated that he did not know what the future held and wanted a "moment of reflection."
"We will start the season and then we will see."