Chelsea chief executive Peter Kenyon has insisted that John Terry is committed to the Premier League club.
Manchester City recently saw a second offer to sign the defender turned down by Chelsea, although the bid remains on the table.
New Chelsea head coach Carlo Ancelotti argued on Monday that Terry remains an integral part of his plans.
Kenyon has echoed the Italian’s statement and is hopeful the rumours surrounding Terry’s future will soon end.
“He [Terry] is not available at any price,” Kenyon said in The Independent.
“He’s got a three-year contract. He’s told us he doesn’t want to go and we don’t want him to go. End of story.”