Parramatta Eels chief executive Bernie Gurr is adamant Semi Radradra will be at the NRL club next season despite Toulon claiming to have signed the star.
Radradra was forced to surrender his passport and had an arrest warrant dropped after facing a Sydney court over domestic violence charges on Wednesday.
The 24-year-old's future was unclear after Top 14 heavyweights Toulon claimed to have signed him on a one-year deal, with the option for a second.
However, Eels chief Gurr moved to clear any uncertainty over Radradra, saying he would be at the NRL club.
"I know he had an offer," he told Sky Sports Radio.
"I spoke to his manager about this and the reason they were pursuing that was really sort of a back-up plan just in case they needed that later in the year, but that's later in the year. Their competition doesn't start until August.
"The thing for our club is he's contracted through to the 31st of October, 2017. He'll be with us in '17."
Gurr added: "I spoke to Semi's manager and he definitely said that no contract's been signed."