Paris Saint Germain have been told that Yoan Gouffran will not be leaving Caen.
A host of European teams have been keeping tabs on the highly-rated winger, including the top clubs in France.
PSG are among those interested in the France Under 21 international, with director of sports Alain Roche contacting Caen.
However, the Ligue 2 club have said in no uncertain terms that Gouffran is not for sale.
"Yoan won't join Paris," Caen chairman Jean-Francois Fortin told Ouest-France.
"I have been approached about the subject by Alain Roche, but I told him the door was closed, that Yoan has a contract with us (until 2009).
"I think they have understood the refusal, because they haven't asked about him again.
"If another club contacted me, I would tell them the same."
Meanwhile, Toulouse coach Elie Baup is not giving up on his attempts to bring PSG defender Paulo Cesar to the club in January.
Cesar has already agreed a three-year deal with Toulouse, beginning in the summer, but Baup wants to have the versatile player available immediately.
"We don't have a winger, but Paulo Cesar can play on the left and right of midfield, and also in defence," Baup told 20Minutes.
"I hope that things can be sorted out after our game against Paris."