Chelsea have no plans of parting ways with Hakim Ziyech when the transfer window reopens in January.
The Morocco international has struggled for regular game time this term, and he is desperate to move elsewhere.
It was recently claimed that he could be loaned out to Borussia Dortmund, but that appears unlikely to happen.
According to The Telegraph, the Blues have no desire to sanction Ziyech’s exit midway through the campaign.
The club are still active across all four competitions while they will also feature in the FIFA Club World Cup.
They are expected to keep Ziyech, and will only decide on his future during the 2022 summer transfer window.
Christian Pulisic has also been linked with a temporary exit with Barcelona weighing up a potential approach.
The Blues have a similar stance on the USA international, who has endured a tough time with nagging injuries.
Chelsea are presently top of the Premier League after 11 matches, three points ahead of Manchester City.