Monaco are reportedly ready to rebuff all offers for Chelsea, Manchester United and Liverpool-linked midfielder Aurelien Tchouameni this summer.
The 22-year-old continues to act as an integral part of Les Monegasques’ first XI under Philippe Clement and has claimed three goals and two assists from 35 games in all tournaments this season.
Tchouameni’s rise has also seen him earn seven caps for the France national team, with Chelsea, Man United and Liverpool thought to be preparing to battle it out for his services.
However, Le 10 Sport – via Goal – claims that Monaco do not intend to part ways with Tchouameni in the summer, with his deal not due to expire until the summer of 2024.
The report adds that Monaco have slapped an €80m (£67m) on the head of the midfielder, who also wants to remain at Les Monegasques ahead of the 2022 World Cup.
Tchouameni has amassed six goals and six assists in 80 appearances for Monaco since arriving from Bordeaux in 2020 and became a Nations League winner with France last year.