Moussa Dembele has an increased offer on the table at Fulham if he wants it.
And reports suggesting the talented teenage striker is on his way to Turkish giants Galatasaray for a reported £27,000-a-week are wide of the mark.
GetWestLondon has it from extremely reliable sources that Fulham upped their bid to keep the forward who scored 17 goals in tandem with Ross McCormack last season, and any imminent move to the Super Lig is pure speculation.
Head coach Slavisa Jokanovic has steadfastly maintained the exciting French forward is better off in west London where he will get goals and enhance his career.
Last week, former Chelsea and World Cup winner Frank Leboeuf told Dembele on a French TV programme he needs to go where he is all but guaranteed a first-team slot. See video above.
However, the galling thing from a Fulham point of view should Dembele sign for a foreign club is the loss of a potential £4 million compensation under current rules.
Tottenham were on the cusp of signing their second Dembele in January, but negotiations broke down at the 11th hour. The player has also attracted the interest of Tottenham and reportedly, Chelsea.