Rennes president Nicolas Holveck has claimed that he will reject the temptation of cashing in on Eduardo Camavinga in 2020.
The 17-year-old has already established himself as a key man at the Ligue 1 outfit, which has inevitably led to interest from bigger European clubs.
However, despite the possibility of generating much-needed income during the coronavirus pandemic, Holveck insists that the teenager will not be moving to the likes of Real Madrid, Liverpool or Manchester United.
Speaking to RTL, Holveck said: "For Eduardo Camavinga, the project is to continue to progress at Stade Rennais.
"The next season should be that of the consecration in Rennes for him. Very sincerely, yes, the project next season will be with Eduardo."
Camavinga only has two years left on his contract, putting Rennes in a position where they will have to cash in on the prospect in 2021 if he does not pen fresh terms.