Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says he has plenty of players in his squad in reply to whether he has any hope of adding Riyad Mahrez to his team.
An Arsenal supporter asked "Are we going to sing Mahrez?" to the Frenchman to which he replied by saying, "We have plenty of players."
It is unclear if this means the Gunners are not interested in the 25-year-old or if it's just the 66-year-old keeping his cards hidden.
But in the meantime, Leicester City manager Claudio Ranieri has confirmed that the Algerian will not leave the club during the summer.
"The chairman [Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha] told me at the beginning, when we spoke, that we want to keep everybody," Ranieri told reporters.
"[N'Golo] Kante had a clause and wanted to go, but the others stay with us.
"It is not a distraction for me. I am used to speaking about these things.
"But it is important that my players believe in the new moment. It is normal others want Riyad and other players, but we must focus on the job.
"I speak with him a lot and I hope I can help him.
"He [Mahrez] has a contract – another three years. Why does he have to sign? He has money and everything."