Monaco vice-president Vadim Vasilyev claims Manchester United targets Kylian Mbappé and Bernardo Silva have informed the club of their intention to stay on next season.
Monaco have fought their way to the summit of Ligue 1 and the Champions League semi-finals with one of the most talented young squads in Europe.
18-year-old striker Mbappé is perhaps the most coveted of them all. Spanish radio station Cadena Cope reported last month that Monaco had already rejected a €110m (£92.2m, $118.5m) bid from Manchester United.
Monaco's sporting director Antonio Cordon also revealed last week the France international does have a buyout clause in his contract.
Similarly, Silva has been linked with clubs across Europe, including Chelsea and United. The 22-year-old playmaker also put Premier League clubs on alert earlier this month, admitting he would be interested in a move to England.
While clubs across Europe cast envious glances at their squad, Monaco are adamant they do not need to cash in on their players and hope to remain a force in France and in Europe next season.
In an interview with Telefoot, Vasilyev spelt out the club's ambition, insisting Mbappé, Silva and France international Thomas Lemar are all willing to remain at the club until after the 2018 World Cup in Russia.
"No player has told us they want to leave," Vasilyev said. "Of course, we will talk with the players. But with the World Cup taking place in 2018, Thomas, Kylian nor Bernardo would not want to leave. But this is not the time for discussions. We will do everything to keep them. One thing is for sure; Monaco will have a very competitive team next year."
Mbappé has enjoyed an extraordinary campaign with Monaco having netted 22 goals and provided 11 assists in 36 appearances across all competitions. The teenager also scored in both legs of Monaco's Champions League triumphs over Manchester City and Borussia Dortmund.