Paris Saint-Germain will not have to sell Neymar or Kylian Mbappe to meet Financial Fair Play (FFP) regulations, according to the Ligue 1 club's president Nasser Al-Khelaifi.
PSG last year rejected allegations made by Der Spiegel and Mediapart that the club had circumvented FFP spending stipulations, saying they had "always acted in absolute compliance with the laws and regulations issued by sports institutions".
Some claimed PSG would consider selling their prized assets to comply with the rules but Al-Khelaifi has denied that PSG will need to cash in on either Neymar or Mbappe, who have both been linked with moves away.
"It's not 100 per cent, but 2,000 per cent," Al-Khelafi told Le Parisien when asked if PSG's star duo would remain at Parc des Princes.
Nasser Al-Khelaifi : «Neymar et Mbappé restent au PSG à 2000%» https://t.co/WEyFedLIca— Le Parisien (@le_Parisien) February 22, 2019
"They will stay in Paris. Many media, especially in France, claim that we would need to sell Neymar or Kylian. I want to confirm that Kylian and Neymar will stay here.
"Of course, we want to buy, staying within the framework of Financial Fair Play. We are confident. We have the means to recruit."
Neymar is currently in Brazil receiving treatment on a metatarsal injury, with Mbappe having taken over as PSG's main attacking outlet in his – and Edinson Cavani's – absence.