There will be no Old Trafford exit for Wayne Rooney this summer, with The Guardian reporting the club are in it for the long haul and prepared t let his contract run down.
But he is not the only player 'not for sale', despite Nani and Nemanja Vidic having less than one year left on their remaining contracts.
There will be no players leaving the club permanently this summer, the paper claim, apart from one exception.
"That falls in line with a promise made to Moyes when he took over from Ferguson that United would keep together the squad that won the league last season. United, for example, have rejected several bids for Nani and the only player they are willing to move out is Bébé."
Poor Bebe. The move to United was clearly too soon for him, and according to reports - after just a week, he knew it, Sir Alex Ferguson knew he had dropped a clanger, and the press sunk their teeth into it.
His transfer will go down as the worst £7 million the club ever spent, and United reportedly want to draw a line under it once and for all.
They may just have help at hand. It was reported earlier in the week that Portuguese side Pacos de Ferreira were offering him a deal, if he was willing to take a pay cut.
The report if accurate is bad news for Federico Macheda, who may have to make do with another loan as his career stalls.
Who else should United sell permanently this sumemr? Is Bebe the only one?
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