Monaco manager Leonardo Jardim has told Tottenham Hotspur to forget about signing Anthony Martial, indicating the youngster is one of the few players definitely not for sale this summer.
However, the Portuguese coach says that both Geoffrey Kondogbia and Ayem Abdennour, both linked with Arsenal, will be allowed to leave the club.
In recent days reports have claimed Tottenham have made an opening bid of £20m for France Under-21 international Martial as they seek to challenge for Champions League football again next season.
The forward has enjoyed an impressive season with Monaco in Ligue 1, scoring 10 league goals while impressing in their own European campaign. But with the club having secured a place in the playoff stage of the Champions League again next season, they have made it clear the 19-year-old is indispensable to their long-term plans.
"I know that anything can happen," Jardim told L'Equipe. "I would like things to be fixed as soon as possible.
"With [Monaco CEO] Vadim [Vasilyev] and [sporting director Luis [Campos], it is pretty clear. Bernardo Silva and Martial will remain, so will [Nabil] Dirar, [Danijel] Subasic, [Andrea] Raggi, Elderson [Echiejile] and Jeremy [Toulalan].
"All others can leave for economic reasons."
Geoffrey Kondogbia was not among those named by Jardim, however, suggesting the club are ready to listen to offers for the long-term Arsenal target.
Monaco have been forced to drastically rein in their exorbitant spending of past seasons and it would appear the former Sevilla starlet is the next prized asset to be cashed in on, following the high profile exits of James Rodriguez and Radamel Falcao last summer.
Kondogbia was heavily linked with a move to the Gunners before joining Monaco in 2013 and his availability could prompt Arsene Wenger to consider another move, amid reports the club are attempting to fend off interest from Manchester City and AC Milan.
Another of Monaco's stand out players this season left off manager's Jardim's list is Abdennour. The centre half's excellent form also went unnoticed by Arsenal, according to the player's agent, who in May claimed the Gunners "do not miss any of his matches".
The same agent, however, recently claimed Bayern Munich and Juventus are also among the clubs to have requested how much the Abdennour will cost.
But should Arsenal still be interested in the Tunisia international, Monaco would now appear in a position to listen to offers for the player.