Paris Saint-Germain coach Carlo Ancelotti insists Arsenal captain Robin van Persie is not on his radar.
Van Persie is out of contract in twelve months time and last week announced he does not plan to sign a new deal at Arsenal, sparking a £25million battle to secure his services this summer.
PSG, who are keen on signing a new striker, are one of a number of clubs who have been linked with the Netherlands international in recent weeks, but Ancelotti insists he has no plans to lure him to the cash-rich Ligue 1 outfit this summer.
And the former Chelsea boss has also ruled out a move for Juventus midfielder Andrea Pirlo, who was one of the stars of Euro 2012.
"Van Persie is not a target of ours, but I think he is for other clubs," Ancelotti told reporters.
"Pirlo is an interesting player for any club, but I have had the chance to coach him for eight years and that is enough."
AC Milan, Barcelona, Juventus, and Real Madrid are all thought to have shown interest in Van Persie, along with Premier League champions Manchester City and rivals Manchester United.
According to Sky Sports, Juventus are frontrunners in the race to sign the 28-year-old, while Man City and Man Utd are the other two clubs currently challenging for his signature.
On Tuesday morning, bookmakers Sky Bet made Man City odds-on favourites to be Van Persie's next club, ahead of Juve, Man Utd, and Barcelona.