Paris Saint-Germain director of football Patrick Kluivert says there is a “0% chance” of Arsene Wenger joining the club as manager this summer.
The Frenchman’s future remains the subject of intense debate with the Arsenal boss yet to confirm his plans for next season.
While he is now widely expected to remain in north London, the lack of an official announcement means speculation over his future continues.
After insisting he would not retire even if he leaves Arsenal, Wenger has been linked with a number of top clubs including PSG and Real Madrid.
The French champions have long been interested in Wenger but Kluivert insists that this time the rumours linking his club with the 67-year-old are completely false.
“Wenger to PSG, it isn’t true. Not true at all, there is 0% chance,” he told France 3.
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Arsenal returned to winning ways on Wednesday with a 3-0 victory over West Ham that moves them into fifth place in the table and keeps them in the hunt for a top four finish.
However, the clash at the Emirates saw plenty of empty seats with supporters boycotting the start of the match in protest against Wenger.
Speaking after the match Wenger called on his side to remain consistent in the final weeks if they are to end the season on a high.
“We come out of a difficult period and our confidence goes quickly and comes back slowly,” he told BBC Sport.
“We are in the final sprint in the Premier League. Consistency will be very important.
“We have a little handicap on the points front. We have less possibilities to drop points.”
Arsenal are next in action on Monday when they take on Crystal Palace before a trip to struggling Middlesbrough the following Monday.