It looks like Kyle Shanahan and the San Francisco 49ers have no intention of fulfilling Deebo Samuel's trade request. Instead, they are still holding out hope that they can keep him and get the star wideout to re-commit to the franchise.

That much is clear during the team's OTAs on Tuesday, with Shanahan expressing confidence that they can resolve the Samuel situation and get him back to the lineup.

“I feel the same, if not stronger,” Shanahan said, per Eric Branch of the San Francisco Chronicle.

Deebo Samuel requested a trade away from the 49ers last April, and while there were talks he could be dealt before the 2022 NFL Draft or be packaged alongside Jimmy Garoppolo, nothing materialized and he remains in San Francisco.

Unsurprisingly, Samuel skipped the team's OTAs as he works on an extension with the 49ers. He is due for a big payday, although the expectations are he still wants to join another team.

For what it's worth, it's not only Kyle Shanahan who wants to keep Samuel. 49ers general manager John Lynch also shared his belief that they can work their differences out with the 26-year-old and convince him to stay, adding that he can't imagine letting him walk away considering how good he is for the team.

“We pride ourselves on our communication with our players. This is no different. I'm confident we can find the solutions for whatever is going on,” Lynch said back in April in the wake of Samuel's trade request.

It remains to be see what will happen to Samuel, but as it currently stands, he's a Niner and it doesn't look like anything will change in the near future.