Mickael Landreau has refused to confirm that he is destined for Paris Saint Germain, although a move looks increasingly likely.
Reports emerged earlier this week that PSG had won the race for the Landreau's signature - with Arsenal, Milan and Internazionale also thought to be keen.
The Nantes star has understandably been inundated with questions about his future, but he insisted that he was only thinking about the weekend's action.
"The most important thing is to prepare for the match against Nancy," he said.
"On Sunday I will take stock, but there won't be anything extravagant."
PSG chairman Pierre Blayau also rejected that any agreement was in place.
"Perhaps one day it will be official, but there is nothing signed so far.
"A dozen of clubs in Europe are interested in that player, and obviously he is attractive.
"We know he appreciates PSG. If he has chosen Paris that is nice, but we have to see the conditions!"
Nantes, who have offered a new deal to Landreau, are already been linked with Lyon number two Remy Vercoutre.