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Marseille reiterate determination to keep Ribery

Marseille president Pape Diouf is adamant Franck Ribery will not leave the French club this summer and has vowed to reject all offers for the winger.

The 23-year-old is coveted by five-time French champions Lyon and has also been linked with Arsenal, Real Madrid and Manchester United.

Having been a late call-up to Raymond Domenech`s squad, Ribery displayed his talent on the world stage last month as France reached the final of the World Cup.

'Ribery belongs to Marseille for another four years and his contract has been reassessed,' Diouf told L'Equipe.

'We are counting on him to make OM a more ambitious club next year.

'He will stay at Marseille, no matter how high the offers are. Our intentions are to turn down any offer. He will not go.'