French football sensation Kylian Mbappe has reportedly agreed to join record European champions Real Madrid from Monaco this summer in a transfer fee that could exceed 100 million euros (around $110 million).
The Arsenal manager has been tracking the 18-year-old and expressed publicly his interest in signing him only last month.
Zidane admits he is a big fan of Mbappe, praising him for an excellent campaign, but says there is no truth to the reports Real will land the striker this summer.
"(Mbappe) is having an exceptional season and so of course people are starting to talk for talking's sake", Zidane told club's official website. I only focus on the players I already have at my disposal - and that's it.
On Tuesday, Monaco go to Juventus in the Champions League semi-final second leg, in which they will attempt to turnaround a 2-0 deficit against one of Europe's most highly regarded defensive sides - perhaps Mbappe's biggest test yet in his short career.
With so many breakout stars in the squad of the Champions League semi-finalists, it seems nearly inevitable that 3 or 4 big names will be headed out the Stade Louis door this summer.
Mbappe has also been linked with Manchester United, who had an offer of £72 million rejected for the striker, as reported by the Guardian.