The French Rugby Federation (FFR) is weighing up a possible compensation package for the country's clubs for the early release of players in World Cup year.
Les Bleus head coach Bernard Laporte wants no stone left unturned as he prepares his side for the tournament which his side will play on home soil and has requested unprecedented access to his players in the build-up to the big event.
FFR president Bernard Lapasset has been studying national professional league president Serge Blanco's compensation demand for France's Top 14 clubs.
''French rugby has a priority, it is the World Cup,'' Lapasset told L'Equipe.
''People expect a lot from this competition and especially the economic and financial powers.
''We have to prepare French players and put them in very good condition, the best conditions are required.
''Others nations do that so France has to fight with same weapons. Clubs needs money and we will find a solution.''