Manchester United, Liverpool and Chelsea have suffered a blow in their efforts to sign Presnel Kimpembe in January as the defender has committed his future to Paris Saint-Germain by signing a new deal on 7 November.

The 21-year-old was a target for the Premier League club in the mid-season transfer window. The Sun reports that the Red Devils, the Merseyside club and the Blues were looking at the option of landing the promising centre-back.

Kimpembe came up through the ranks of the Ligue 1 winners' youth system before breaking into the first team in 2014. However, he has ended the speculation surrounding his future by signing a new deal, which will keep him at Parc des Princes until 2021.

"Paris Saint-Germain is pleased to announce the extension of the contract of Presnel Kimpembe. The defender is now linked to the Club until 30 June, 2021," a statement read on PSG's official website.

The central defender has impressed under Unai Emery, making 11 starts in all competitions this season. His impressive form has seen him receive a call from France manager Didier Deschamps in October, where he replaced Eliaquim Mangala for the clash against Bulgaria and Netherlands.

However, Kimpembe is yet to make his first appearance for the senior squad and is hopeful that his club form can help him to make his way into France's starting lineup.

Meanwhile, Kimpembe has expressed his delight after putting pen to paper with the club where he came up through their academy. In addition to this, the defender also revealed his targets for this campaign.

Presnel Kimpembe
Presnel Kimpembe was a target for Manchester United, Liverpool and Chelsea Getty

"Extending my contract with the club where I learned my trade brings me a lot of joy. I've been here since I was really little, so this extension means a lot to me. It's a huge step forward for me, but it's only the beginning. I need to keep working hard to achieve my objectives," he said.

"My ambitions for this season? Win titles, play as much as possible and experience some great moments with my teammates, the club and the fans. It's thanks to the fans that we are where we are today. They do a lot for the club and for us. I want to repay that faith and the joy they bring us."