The right-back has made a name for himself at the 2018 World Cup
Stuttgart have told Tottenham there is no chance of Benjamin Pavard leaving this summer.
The 22-year-old, who can operate at right-back or in the middle of defence, has impressed at the World Cup in Russia.
Pavard has been a regular for France and he scored a stunning goal in their last-16 victory over Argentina on Saturday.
The defender has carried on his fine form with Stuttgart at international level and he has caught the eye of Tottenham.
Spurs want to sign the France international and there had been talk they could land him for £44m during the current transfer window.
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However, according to German news outlet Stuttgarter Nachrichten, Pavard is not leaving Stuttgart this summer under any circumstances.
The German club are under no pressure to sell the defender and have therefore told all clubs, including, Tottenham, to forget about bidding.