Paris Saint Germain chief Leonardo has confirmed that Guillaume Hoarau will not be heading to England on Tuesday.
Everton had been strongly linked with a loan bid for the France international, but PSG are not willing to let him or fellow striker Kevin Gameiro leave.
Leonardo confirmed they have had offers for both players - but neither would be leaving the Parc des Princes.
"For us, after the signatures of Maxwell and Alex, the market is over," he said, also ruling out a deal for highly-rated Brazilian Leandro Damiao.
"Until the end of the season, we can count on Gameiro and Hoarau, who are two international strikers.
"We did receive transfer proposals for them, but no player will leave.
"The club and the coach are very happy with the current workforce.
"We looked at possibility of taking a striker but it did not happen and this is not the end of the world."
Leonardo admitted they would likely look at deals they failed to do this month, such as Thiago Motta and Florent Malouda, at the end of the season.
"We'll probably look at that in the summer, the same as for a player like Florent Malouda," he said.