Chelsea chief executive Peter Kenyon and boss Jose Mourinho have reiterated their desire to fend off Real Madrid's interest in Dutch winger Arjen Robben.
Robben has won two Premiership titles with Chelsea
Real president Ramon Calderon promised to take Robben, 22, to the Bernabeu as part of his election campaign.
"There has been no formal approach and if there was it would be completely rebuffed," said Kenyon.
Manager Mourinho added: "Arjen Robben is a player we want to keep at the club, 100% for sure."
Chelsea have asked Fifa to investigate an alleged illegal approach from Real for Robben.
"Arjen has said he's staying at Chelsea and Chelsea's position has been made very clear," said Kenyon.
"There's a process in place and we will follow that process."