Real Madrid superstar Gareth Bale is going nowhere, with claims he could sign for Manchester United dismissed.
The Metro claimed last week that Real Madrid were considering selling the winger they signed for £86 million in the summer of 2013, to fund a move for Eden Hazard.
Even discussing it, it seems like a preposterous rumour which deserves a spot in the Transfer Bin.
Bale's representatives have clearly been irked by the speculation however, taking the decision to speak out on the claims.
David Manasseh is quoted by Spanish newspaper AS, strongly refuting the rumours: "Rumors of a possible transaction for him are absolute garbage.
"It not is true that Gareth wants to return to the Premier League at all. Things are going well in Madrid and he wants to continue playing at Real Madrid."
It's not surprising such statement was put out, with Gareth Bale keen to get back into action at the La Liga side after injury.
He was key in their Copa del Rey and Champions League double trophy win last season, scoring vital goals in both finals.
Madrid invested huge money in signing him, and Bale made a big decision in upping sticks to move to Spain. After such instant success, there's no reason to part from that so soon.