Paris St Germain president Nasser al-Khelaifi has sought to cool rumours linking the club with a move for Real Madrid coach Jose Mourinho and forward Cristiano Ronaldo.
French giants PSG have invested heavily since the Qatar Investment Authority's takeover and are determined to become a major force in European football.
Former AC Milan and Chelsea boss Carlo Ancelotti is currently PSG's coach, but reports have claimed that Al-Khelaifi wants to install Mourinho in the hot seat.
"I think that Mourinho has made his future at Real Madrid clear," said Al-Khelaifi in L'Equipe.
"He said that he will only leave Madrid once he has won the Champions League with them. That is clear, no?
"We have Ancelotti now and have complete confidence in him."
Ronaldo has also been linked with a move to the French capital, with PSG one of the few clubs who could afford to sign the Portugal international.
His future at Real has been the subject of plenty of recent speculation, but Al-Khelaifi will not declare an interest in bringing Ronaldo to PSG.
He added: "Ronaldo plays for Madrid and I respect this club a lot and their president.
"If I wanted to bring Ronaldo to Paris I would first call his club before making any declarations."