Paris Saint-Germain will keep Neymar and Kylian Mbappe next season as the French champions are not a selling club, according to their teammate Ander Herrera.
Neymar has been heavily linked with a return to FC Barcelona while Mbappe is reportedly a target for both Liverpool and Real Madrid.
There were strong reports that the Brazilian was close to leaving Les Parisiens before the start of the 2019/20 season, but the Catalan giants did not meet the asking price.
However, PSG midfielder Herrera is convinced the Ligue 1 champions will not sell their two best attackers in the next transfer window.
"I don't know what they earn or what the club brings in – it is a company after all – but I know both are key to the project and from what I can see, they are happy and really involved at PSG," he told AS.
"It's true that there's lots of news about them in the media and on social media, but we don't hype it up much.
"You need to think about a really key thing, and I've talked about this with Kylian. PSG isn't a club that sells its stars; quite the opposite, it buys them. The club is strong enough economically to keep both of them.
"They're the best in the world and I've got four more years on my contract and I want to enjoy them with those two alongside me at PSG."
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